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ERIC Number: ED055232
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Jun
Pages: 119
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The Effect on Self Concept of the Chattanooga Neighborhood Youth Corps and of Education, Vocational Aspiration, and Sex Role.
Flemister, Ida Morris
To ascertain the effects of participation in the Chattanooga Neighborhood Youth Corps, this study tested the null hypothesis that self concept was unaffected by participation, status in the program (in or out of school), and sex role. In an experimental pretest-posttest control group design, a series of three instruments were administered to 94 subjects, with a minimum of 3 months between tests. Failure to find many significant differences led to acceptance of the null hypothesis. Replication of the present research with groups equated as to sex and size and allowing more time between pre- and posttest would provide more valid information. (Author/BH)
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Identifiers: Neighborhood Youth Corps; Tennessee (Chattanooga)
Note: Ed.D. Dissertation, Tennessee University