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ERIC Number: ED083370
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Dec
Pages: 115
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Selected Effects of the Participation of Adults in Program Planning.
Semberger, Franklin M.
The overall purpose of the study was to assess the effect of various levels of conferee participation in the process of conference program planning. The first hypothesis tested was that conferees assigned to committees most actively engaged in the planning and implementation of a conference will perceive it as more effective than will conferees assigned to less active committees. This hypothesis was rejected. The second hypothesis was that conferees assigned to active planning conference committees are perceived by other conferees as influential. This hypothesis was rejected also. The third hypothesis tested was that conferees assigned to active planning committees are perceived as progressively more influential from the beginning to the end of a conference than conferees who are least actively engaged. This hypothesis, too, was rejected. (MS)
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Note: Ph.D. Dissertation, Florida State University