Realization of the Educational Aspect of the Problem
by Sidney J. Williams & M. B. Hillegas — 1926
In the preceding chapters are several references to the use of educational methods in solving the accident problem. In one sense, the safety movement, like any advance in human relations, is entirely educational, in that an idea is born in the mind of one man or ofa few men, who then proceed to convert or 'educate' an ever-growing number of followers, until the idea gains general acceptance.
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