Date of Award

8-1956

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science

Major

Educational Administration

Major Professor

Ralph B. Kimbrough

Committee Members

W. W. Maury, E. S. Christenbury

Abstract

This problem was selected as a subject for research in connection with an effort to determine the extent and nature of the effect of social classes on the town and community of Clinton, Tennessee. It was assumed that social classes do have an effect on the community, and that the influences exerted upon the town and community because of pressure of social classes were significant and noticeable to one who puts forth the effort to make a study and an analysis of the situation. It was also assumed that these influences have a direct bearing on the life of the people in the community, and that the effect of such influences was usually unnoticed by most of the people.

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