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ERIC Number: EJ124494
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1975
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Students' Beliefs about How to Influence the Government
Abravanel, Martin D.; Busch, Ronald J.
Journal of Higher Education, 46, 5, 567-584, Sep/Oct 75
A study of college student civic attitudes identified three types of political orientation (quitters, conventionals, and escalators) associated with political partisanship, ideological preference, political trust, college major, and evaluations of government. Findings show that most students propose quite ordinary and conventional political strategies. Characteristics of those proposing unconventional tactics are examined. (JT)
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