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The school guidance services in Malaysia

Hashim, Rabaee BT. MD. (1985) The school guidance services in Malaysia. Masters thesis, Durham University.



This study is concerned with the aims, the achievements and the development of guidance and counselling services in Malaysian secondary schools. It also traces the historical development of guidance and counselling in America and Britain (for its predominent influence on the educational system of Malaysia), in the hope of finding the approaches most suitable for the multi-racial - multi-religious - multi-cultural societies of Malaysia. Two case studies are included in this study in the hope of illuminating the general literature findings on the existing services. The study is divided into 5 chapters, besides the Introduction. The general pattern of chapters consists of Historical Development of Guidance and Counselling in United States of America, Britain and Malaysia; Guidance and Counselling Towards National Unity, The Achievements of Guidance and Counselling in Malaysia - Two Case Studies, Future Development and Conclusion, Thus, this study hopes to unveil some of the issues that could facilitate the growth of guidance and counselling in schools as a means of achieving the goals of Malaysian education.

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Award:Master of Arts
Thesis Date:1985
Copyright:Copyright of this thesis is held by the author
Deposited On:15 Jul 2013 14:43

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