Priorities and Attitudes of Four Decision Groups Regarding a Specific Educational Program: An Exploratory Study
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Richard B. Rosen
Gordon T. Bowles
Change agent, Cultural contact
The primary concern of this study is to investigate a particular change agent population for the purpose of generating and establishing theoretical constructs in which to view the impact of prolonged cultural contact, upon that change agent population. ... The change agents under investigation are former American Protestant missionaries to China.
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Voninski, Paul, "Priorities and Attitudes of Four Decision Groups Regarding a Specific Educational Program: An Exploratory Study" (1975). Anthropology - Dissertations. Paper 70.