By Kenneth A. Feldman
The thirty-two readings that contain this resource publication are eager about the coed in university. concentrating on the connections among scholars' intrapersonal and interpersonal tactics, the choices contain fresh, provocative theoretical efforts, scholarly analyses, and reviews of empirical examine. many of the articles are released the following for the 1st time. meant basically to be used in undergraduate and graduate classes in academic psychology, sociology of schooling, and social mental foundations of schooling. This paintings also will offer an exceptional supplementary textbook for classes in social psychology, socialization, tradition and character, the sociology (psychology) of sweet sixteen, and various new classes dedicated in particular to better schooling which are presently being extra to school curricula
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This is in contrast t o the public colleges which enrolled a majority of students whose fathers were in the sales, clerical, skilled, a n d semi-skilled occupational classifications. In addition t o these general tendencies, specific differences in father's occupation a m o n g students entering different kinds of colleges are noteworthy. F o r example, 23 per cent of the students enrolling in private t w o year colleges h a d fathers w h o were small businessmen c o m p a r e d to 15 per cent of the students in private universities; conversely, 24 per cent of the private university 44 Readings in the Social Psychology of Higher Education students r e p o r t e d fathers with m a n a g e r i a l o r executive positions c o m p a r e d t o seven per cent of the private two-year college students.
031. 020. W h e n these mediated effects a r e a d d e d t o the direct effects, the t w o sums should be identical t o t h e zero-order associations between N S E S a n d I Q a n d F S E S a n d I Q . 022, respectively. These discrepancies a r e d u e t o t h e fact that t h e effect p a r a m e t e r s a r e only close estimates of t h e true ordinal regression coefficients. T h e second p a r t of t h e causal model suggests that N S E S , F S E S , I Q a n d B O Y S all directly, a n d indirectly, affect P L A N S .
Michael, J. A. On neighborhood context and college plans (II). American Sociological Review, October 1966, 31, 702-706. Sewell, W. , & Armer, J. M. Neighborhood context and college plans. American Sociological Review, April 1966, 31, 159-168. a Sewell, W. , & Armer, J. M. Reply to Turner, Michael, and Boyle. American Sociological Review, October 1966, 31, 707-712. b Sewell, W. , & Shah, V. P. Social class, parental encouragement, and educational aspirations. American Journal of Sociology, March 1968, 73, 559-572.