A Study of the Relationships Between Student and Family in Kalamazoo's Foreign Study Program in Germany
Barker, Nancy E.
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The author had a list of twenty-two families in Munster from the Fall-Winter Program of 1964-65. Of these, sixteen were contacted in a three week period. The six families not contacted were no longer with the program, and could not be reached either because of illness or outright refusal to see the author. Eleven of the sixteen families contacted had students at the present time. (l965-66)
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