personality and social change ; attitude formation in a student community

By: Language: English Publication details: new york : holt, rinehart and winston 1957Edition: 1. edDescription: xii, 225 pp
Contents:
from the table of contents: the setting: the problem and its setting; obtaining the data; the quantitative data: the attitude scales. their nature and content; attitude norms; the nature and significance of attitude change; values and interests; the college community as a frame of reference; personal status; community reputation; former students and graduates; individual studies: nature and selection of data; some selected individual studies; some personality patterns related to modes of community adaptation; summary and interpretation: resume of quantitative findings; resume of individual studies; personality pattern and community role; personality and social change; appendix: concerning the questionnaires used in the study; the validation of the scales; the reliability of the attitude scales; concerning the selection of respondents; reliability of group differences in mean attitude scores; dispersions of attitude scores; attitude interrelationships; item responses to per cent estimates questionnaires; supplementary data on personal status at bennington, williams, and skidmore;
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Loanable Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) Book 2307-A Available IHS100675505

from the table of contents: the setting: the problem and its setting; obtaining the data; the quantitative data: the attitude scales. their nature and content; attitude norms; the nature and significance of attitude change; values and interests; the college community as a frame of reference; personal status; community reputation; former students and graduates; individual studies: nature and selection of data; some selected individual studies; some personality patterns related to modes of community adaptation; summary and interpretation: resume of quantitative findings; resume of individual studies; personality pattern and community role; personality and social change; appendix: concerning the questionnaires used in the study; the validation of the scales; the reliability of the attitude scales; concerning the selection of respondents; reliability of group differences in mean attitude scores; dispersions of attitude scores; attitude interrelationships; item responses to per cent estimates questionnaires; supplementary data on personal status at bennington, williams, and skidmore;

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