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1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY.
An untrained man in the modern world may … be a menace to the society. He is a quack; he knows only the laws of things; he has no
idea of (their) why. Hence, if there is any trouble anywhere -breakdown in a machine or a mistake in a ledger – all he can do is to fumble and punch up trouble anyhow, leading to a more serious breakdown or greater confusion. Really there is no place for the untrained worker, or even the intelligent amateur, in these days specialized work. Akpan (1979:13).