By Kenneth A. Feldman
The thirty-two readings that include this resource ebook are inquisitive about the coed in university. targeting the connections among scholars' intrapersonal and interpersonal procedures, the choices contain fresh, provocative theoretical efforts, scholarly analyses, and stories of empirical examine. the various articles are released right here for the 1st time. meant essentially 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 a superb supplementary textbook for classes in social psychology, socialization, tradition and character, the sociology (psychology) of teenybopper, and diverse new classes dedicated particularly to raised schooling which are at the moment being further to school curricula
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2. 3. Graduates' Quintile Rank in High School by Locale of College Entered (Reported in Percentages) Rank in class Locale of college Local public Local private Out-of-town N I (high) II III IV 2323 178 1705 26 43 43 24 29 25 19 12 16 14 9 9 V N o rank (low) available 8 3 5 9 4 2 Total 100 100 100 Socioeconomic Background Father's Occupation F r o m this a n d other studies it is clear that the occupation of the father h a s considerable influence not merely u p o n whether his child will go t o college, but u p o n the type of college h e will attend.
Glencoe: The Free Press, 1955. Klineberg, O. Negro intelligence and selective migration. New York: Columbia University Press, 1935. Land, K. C. Principles of path analysis. In Edgar F. ), Sociology methodology 1969. Pp. 3-37. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1968. Neighborhood Context Affects College Plans 39 Lazarsfeld, P. F. Evidence and inference in social research. ), Evidence and inference. Pp. 107-138. Glencoe: The Free Press, 1959. Michael, J. A. On neighborhood context and college plans (II).
T h e second methodological implication follows from this. Quite possibly, the discrepancy between Sewell a n d A r m e r ' s findings a n d those above are a consequence of their assuming interval d a t a a n d their use of a linear multiple correlation m o d e l , when in fact their d a t a did n o t conform to the underlying assumptions. If t h i s were the case, then the effect of n e i g h b o r h o o d context would be weakened, which in fact, it was. References Anderson, T. , & Zelditch, M.
College and Student. Selected Readings in the Social Psychology of Higher Education by Kenneth A. Feldman