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ERIC Number: ED062934
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Mar-8
Pages: 34
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Differences in Perceived Institutional Functioning and Responsiveness to Change as Related to Faculty Types in Selected Four-Year Colleges.
Seagren, C. Donald
This investigation is part of a larger exploratory study dealing with the response of 4-year colleges to student pressures for institutional change. This study deals with faculty perceptions and attitudes regarding: (1) the extent and nature of student pressures for institutional change; (2) the extent to and manner in which the institutions under study have responded to such pressures; and (3) the institutional functioning characteristics that appear to be significantly related to both student pressures and institutional responses. Specifically, this study deals with the following questions: (1) Do different types of faculty perceive differently various dimensions of institutional functioning? (2) Do different types of faculty perceive differently the responses of institutions to student pressures for change? (3) Are there differences between the institutions studied in terms of faculty perceptions of the dimensions of institutional functioning at their institutions? and (4) Are there differences between the institutions studied in terms of faculty perceptions of institutional responses to student pressures for change at their institutions? (Author)
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Authoring Institution: Indiana Univ. of Pennsylvania.