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ERIC Number: ED124084
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-Apr-22
Pages: 10
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Degree of Solicitation Desired by U.S.C. Student Residents, Fall 1974. Research Notes No. 32-76.
Fidler, Paul; And Others
Student opinion concerning the degree of restriction desired in the University of South Carolina's (USC) solicitation policy was sought on several types of solicitation: political, religious, financial, and membership recruitment. They were also asked to differentiate between student and non-student solicitation. A residence hall solicitation survey was conducted and usable responses received from 421 of 675 students approached. The findings indicate that although support for solicitation varies with different groups, strong support for solicitation does not exist at USC. Students did not favor the complete removal or restrictions on any type of solicitation, especially solicitation by non-students. The data seemed to suggest potential support for some liberalization of policies concerning student solicitation while still retaining strong control over non-student solicitation. (LBH)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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