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ERIC Number: ED119600
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Jul-10
Pages: 25
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A Comparison of Attitudinal Differences in Awareness Between Students Participating in College Governance and Students Who Do Not Participate in College Governance.
Pierog, John J.
What are the attitudinal differences in the sense of awareness between a group of students who participate in college governance and a matching sample of students who do not participate in college governance? Awareness is identified with items that express concern and emphasis upon three sets of meanings: personal, poetic, and political--self-understanding, appreciative relationship for the arts, and concern about the world and welfare of mankind, respectively. To test this hypothesis, forty students were grouped as either participants (members of the student senate) or nonparticipants in the college governance structure at York College, Pennsylvania. Both groups were administered the Awareness Scale from the College and University Environment Scales Pace (1963). Results indicated that there is no significant difference in awareness between student participants in college governance and student nonparticipants. (Author/KE)
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