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ERIC Number: ED010288
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Sep
Pages: 113
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Reference Count: 0
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VALUES OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND THEIR TEACHERS.
CARR, SARA G.; THOMPSON, ORVILLE E.
THIS STUDY WAS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE INFORMATION ON THE PERSONAL VALUES OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND THEIR TEACHERS. EVIDENCE OF CHANGES IN PERSONAL VALUES AND VALUE PATTERNS WERE SOUGHT IN AN ATTEMPT TO REVEAL IMPACTS FROM TEACHERS, CERTAIN SOCIOECONOMIC AND PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS, AND EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES. STUDENTS WERE TESTED AS FRESHMEN, SOPHOMORES, AND SENIORS TO IDENTIFY AREAS OF CHANGE IN VALUE ORIENTATION. ALSO STUDIED WAS THE RELATIONSHIP OF VALUES TO FRIENDSHIP PATTERNS AND THE ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE. IT WAS CONCLUDED THAT (1) CONDUCTING LONGITUDINAL STUDIES OF STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS IN THE MODERN HIGH SCHOOL WAS POSSIBLE WITHOUT UNDUE INTERRUPTION OF THE SCHOOL'S EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM, (2) PERSONAL VALUES WERE QUITE STABLE BY THE TIME STUDENTS ENTER HIGH SCHOOL, (3) PERSONAL VALUES OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WERE DEFINITELY RELATED TO THEIR OCCUPATIONAL CHOICES, ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT, EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES, AND PARTICIPATION IN RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES, (4) ABILITY OF STUDENTS TO UNDERSTAND THEIR TEACHERS WAS NOT RELATED TO THEIR PERSONAL VALUE PATTERNS, AND (5) PERSONAL-VALUE PROFILES OF TEACHERS WERE RELATED TO THEIR SUBJECT-MATTER SPECIALIZATION, AGE, AND RELIGIOUS PARTICIPATION. (LP)
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Authoring Institution: California Univ., Davis.
Identifiers: CALIFORNIA; DAVIS