Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Ritz, John M.
This study sought to identify perceptions of students that have taken a previous ethics course in "values", likewise and investigation of problems encountered prior to the commencement and upon the conclusion of such a course. Research questions central to the study were: 1. What aesthetic worth does such a program serve to occupational-technical students? 2. Does having a technologist as a member of the team of teachers (humanist) relieve non-traditional student anxieties in "Applied Ethics" courses?
Forrest, Michael J., ""Applied Values" and its Perceptions at Paul D. Camp Community College" (1981). OTS Master's Level Projects & Papers. 578.