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Thesis (M.A.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1961. Department of Sociology.
In almost every study undertaken, socio-economic status has been found to be a factor that is significantly related to memberships in voluntary associations. One of our major interests will be to discover whether or not such a relationship exists among the universe of Negro subjects from which the sample has been drawn. We will test such a relationship in this study.
Advisor: Nicholas Babchuk