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ERIC Number: ED064644
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 9
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Role Concepts, Philosophies and Attitudes of Students in a Special Living-Learning Environment.
Veith, Diana L.; Schumer, Harry
This descriptive study proposed that students in a living-learning community would be more liberal in their attitudes, less tradiaionally oriented and more frequently hippie and activist in philosophy than a control group from the larger university. Females were anticipated to be more traditional than males. One hundred males and females from a living-learning community and an equal number of control, drawn from the introductory psychology class, were administered Attitude Inventory, Student Preference Schedule and Philosophy of Life measures. The Attitude Inventory and SPS seemed to support the hypothesis. A surprisingly large percentage of the total population preferred self discovery philosophies. (Author)
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