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Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Robert R. Witt
This study is an attempt to determine (1) whether the four selected groups of Alcoholics Anonymous ranged along an informal-formal continuum; (2) how effective these four groups have been, in terms of sobriety achieved and maintained by their members; and (3) whether there is a negative relationship between the formalization of the Alcoholics Anonymous groups and the achieving and maintenance of sobriety.
Mullen, Eugene, "Formality and Informality of Four Groups of Alcoholics Anonymous and Their Rates of Successful Affiliation" (1967). Master's Theses. 1079.
Copyright 1967 Eugene P. Mullen