By E M Eppel
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Mr. Pye whose job is bailiff on the Broads and its tributaries is well known up northâ ¦. His job is < previous page page_142 next page > ï»¿ < previous page page_143 next page > Page 143 to make sure that no one breaks the board regulations and rules. If he isnâ bream. A week ago he had 67 lbs. â t after pike he is after roach or Entertainers It is interesting that only four boys choose Entertainers or â popâ idols as the people they would like to be like, and in at least three of the cases the exotic picture is tempered by reasonably mundane considerations: â The person I would like to be like would be a famous singer.
Previous page page_154 next page > ï»¿ < previous page page_155 next page > Page 155 Chapter Five MORAL BELIEFS OF THE YOUNG WORKERS With Comparative Material From Adult Students and United States High School Students It is clear that not only is very little known about the relevant influences on the formation of moral sentiments in young people, but that the actual beliefs of young people on moral questions are very inadequately understood. This seems to be true of almost all parts of the Western World, and at all social and educational 50 51 levels; it is particularly true of young working people in this country.