Hopkins, L. Thomas, Integration: Its Meaning and Application. New York: D. Appleton-Century Company, 1937.


Analyzes integration in persons and in the curriculum; refers to philosophical, biological, and psychological aspects of integration; reports research on local courses of study where correlated, broad-fields, core, and experience curricula are operating; shows how partial integration is evident in these courses of study, but full integration is not.

Broad Topical Focus

Curriculum Conceptions and Theories, Curriculum Development, Organization, Design, Curriculum as a Field of Practice and Study

Source Discipline


Mode of Inquiry in the Study

Philosophical Inquiry-Conceptual Analysis, Scientific/Empirical Inquiry, Content Analysis

Type of Study

Single Study

Narrow Topic

Curriculum Integration, Curriculum as Experience, Curriculum Frameworks, School Subjects, Literature of Curriculum, Curriculum Professors


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