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A Study of Omaha Social Settlements
(Creighton University, 1934)
The social settlement as defined by John Lewis Gillin is "a center in which men and women of education, wealth and leisure, may meet on terms of neighborly friendliness the less fortunate citizens of their community, where ...
The Creighton Student-Worker: A Study of Fifty Students Who are Working their Way Through the Creighton College of Arts and Sciences
(Creighton University, 1939)
A number of popular fallacies have clustered about the problem of student employment. Many offer criticisms that the students who work are deprived of time for diversion, that they are forced to neglect their lessons, and ...
A Study of the Christ Child Society in Omaha
(Creighton University, 1938)
The decade of the 1930’s marks the rise of the professional social worker. During this time, social work, given genuine status by the depression and the entrance of the Federal Government into the business of relief, has ...