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Master of Science (MS)
Robert R. Witt
Since the close of World War II, there has been an increasing interest in the area of religion in the United States of America, and in many other countries of the world. This interest has even been noted on college campuses in our country; but with the exception of one major piece of research and several studies limited to various objectives aside from intensity, very little if any other research has been done in this area of study. This study will not only be concerned with the current direction of religious intensity at Fort Hays Kansas State College, but will involve a comparison with the results obtained at other educational institutions using the same methods. It should be explained that the research done to date, at least from the viewpoint of published material, has emphasized a psychological approach; although this is also an import ant part of this study, the major emphasis is sociological.
Copyright 1965 John T. Morar
Morar, John T., "The Religious Intensity of the Student Body of Fort Hays Kansas State College" (1965). Master's Theses. 931.