Elizabeth K. Wilson Dissertation (KC0159)
Miss Elizabeth K. Wilson, Director of High School Counseling in the Kansas City, Missouri, School District, directed an occupational study in the Greater Kansas City area in 1941-1943. She then used that data to complete her doctoral studies at Northwestern University in 1944.
This collection consists of Dr. Elizabeth K. Wilson's doctoral dissertation which was submitted to the School of Education at Northwestern University in March, 1944. The dissertation is "A Cooperative Study of Occupations in the Greater Kansas City Area." Included in the dissertation is an appendix entitled "Occupational Study of Greater Kansas City Area" completed in 1942, as well as exhibits of forms, instructions and reports related to the compilation of that study and minutes of the executive committee which directed the study for the school districts in the Greater Kansas City area. The report summarizes the state of occupations in the Greater Kansas City Area during the period 1941-1942. The dissertation summarizes and interprets the report as well as reviews the procedures used in preparing the report. 1944.
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