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ERIC Number: ED002331
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Jan
Pages: 34
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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE NUMBER OF HOURS OF TELEVISION INSTRUCTION AND STUDENT ATTITUDES TOWARD HUMANITIES, NATURAL SCIENCE, AND SOCIAL SCIENCE IN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.
BLANE, LINDA MARLIN
AN OPINIONAIRE DESIGNED TO ASSESS STUDENT ATTITUDES TOWARD HUMANITIES, NATURAL SCIENCE, AND SOCIAL SCIENCE WAS ADMINISTERED IN A BEGINNING-LEVEL HUMANITIES SECTION DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF THE SECOND SEMESTER. THE PURPOSE OF THE STUDY WAS TO DETERMINE IF A RELATIONSHIP EXISTED BETWEEN THE NUMBER OF HOURS OF TELEVISION INSTRUCTION A STUDENT HAS COMPLETED AND HIS ATTITUDES TOWARD THE THREE ABOVE-MENTIONED DEPARTMENTS IN THE COLLEGE. THERE WAS NO STRAIGHTFORWARD RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TELEVISION HOURS AND ATTITUDES TOWARD COURSES. HOWEVER, IT IS POSSIBLE THAT A SPECIAL COURSE COMBINATION IN INTERACTION WITH THE NUMBER OF HOURS OF COMPLETED TELEVISION INSTRUCTION RESULTS IN DIFFERENTIAL ATTITUDES TOWARD COURSES. FURTHER STUDY IS NEEDED TO CONFIRM THE EXISTENCE OF A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE NUMBER OF HOURS OF TELEVISION INSTRUCTION THE STUDENT HAS COMPLETED AND HIS ATTITUDES TOWARD HUMANITIES, NATURAL SCIENCE, AND SOCIAL SCIENCE. NUMEROUS TABLES ARE INCLUDED.
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Authoring Institution: Miami Univ., Coral Gables, FL. Univ. Coll.
Identifiers: Florida (Coral Gables)