Sources of Friction among People Living in Rural Communities
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Educational Foundations and Curriculum
The purpose of the study reported in this article was to discover the sources of friction among people living in rural communities. The investigation was undertaken because of a conviction that the social-studies curriculum should include a body of knowledge which will enable people to improve their adjustments to the social problems confronting them. The assumption is that a study of the situations out of which grow frequent and crucial problems which hinder people from living together harmoniously would be of assistance in determining this body of knowledge.
Saale, C. W. (1950). Sources of Friction among People Living in Rural Communities. The Elementary School Journal, 50(6), 346–351. https://doi.org/10.1086/459155
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