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ERIC Number: ED046387
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 285
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A Design for Cooperative Merchandising Mid-Management Training in the California Public Community College.
Basseri, Jamshid
Cooperative education depends on employers and educators working together to form a superior total educational curriculum for the student. It is believed that mid-management training, a first-level supervisory position, can be given to the community college. It is also believed that learning takes place because of what the student can be led to want, think, and do. Cooperative mid-management training gives students inducements to learn what is satisfying to them and useful in future work. This study was limited to California public community colleges. The literature of the field was surveyed to identify critical needs in cooperative and mid-management training and to develop an inquiry form and job requirements. These requirements were verified with executive personnel in merchandising who supervise mid-managers, and mid-managers who occupy such merchandising positions. The suggested curriculum, course outlines, and other information compiled in the course of the study constituted the basis of this thesis. (Author/CA)
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Identifiers - Location: California