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ERIC Number: ED003316
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 173
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EDUCATION, SOCIAL CLASS, AND INTERGROUP ATTITUDES IN ENGLAND, FRANCE, AND GERMANY.
TUMIN, MELVIN
THE CENTRAL FOCUS OF THIS REPORT IS ON THE INTERRELATIONSHIPS AMONG SOCIAL CLASS, EDUCATION, AND INTERGROUP ATTITUDES. A SECOND MAJOR FOCUS OF THIS RESEARCH CONCERNS THE FACTORS THAT SHAPE ENGLISH, FRENCH, AND GERMAN ATTITUDES TOWARD "OUTSIDERS." SPECIFICALLY, THE STUDY INVESTIGATED (1) THE EXTENT AND TYPE OF IMPACT THAT THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS OF THESE COUNTRIES HAVE HAD UPON THE BELIEFS AND ATTITUDES OF THEIR PEOPLE, (2) THE DIFFERENCE IN THESE AREAS BETWEEN YOUTH AND ADULTS, AND (3) THE WAYS IN WHICH THE BELIEFS AND ATTITUDES OF YOUTH RESEMBLE THOSE OF ADULTS. THESE RELATIONSHIPS ARE EXPLORED BY THE ANALYSIS OF DATA SECURED FROM INTERVIEWS CONDUCTED WITH NATIONAL SAMPLES OF THE POPULATIONS OF ENGLAND, FRANCE, AND GERMANY IN LATE 1960 AND EARLY 1961. THIS REPORT REPRESENTS AN INTERIM STAGE IN A LARGER PROJECT. (LP)
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Authoring Institution: Princeton Univ., NJ.
Identifiers: ENGLAND; FRANCE; GERMANY; NEW JERSEY; New Jersey (Princeton)