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ERIC Number: ED176660
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1979
Reference Count: 0
Residence Hall Damage: Analysis and Control.
Scheuermann, Thomas A.
The problems of residence hall damage and vandalism are examined in this booklet. An analysis and control program is proposed to provide a systematic method of dealing with the problem. A list of basic assumptions held by students and staff on residence hall damage is presented for discussion. Problems created by damage to residence halls are also investigated. The problems include: atmosphere deterioration, facility deterioration, and staff sanity deterioration. Methods are also suggested for resolving the damage problem, including increased awareness, attitude assessment, incentives, and disciplinary measures. A three-phase plan for working with the problem is proposed and a flow chart is provided as an illustration. It is suggested that this program format can be used with a variety of residence hall staff persons and may be adapted for use with students. Appended are: a feedback sheet that may be used with the workshop format, Ohio State University residence and dining hall organizational chart, conclusions and recommendations of a two-quarter study done by the Ohio State Damage Control Committee, and newspaper articles pertaining to the damage problem at Ohio State. (Author/SF)
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Ohio State Univ., Columbus.
Identifiers: Ohio State University
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