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College Student Satisfaction: A Comparative Study Of Selected Foreign And American Students At Iowa State University , Iran Baghban-Cichani Jan 1981

College Student Satisfaction: A Comparative Study Of Selected Foreign And American Students At Iowa State University , Iran Baghban-Cichani

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The perceptions of foreign students regarding their satisfaction with different aspects of the college environment and the ways in which their perceptions differ from those of American students were compared. Information was gathered from Iowa State University students, 80 foreign and 80 native, by means of the College Student Satisfaction Questionnaire. The general null hypotheses were that: (1) There are no significant differences in satisfaction with selected aspects of college life between foreign and American students, (2) There is no significant relationship between foreign and American student satisfaction, when the effects of selected independent variables (including interaction effects) are considered ...


Values In Three Generations Of Families , Steven William Roecklein Jan 1981

Values In Three Generations Of Families , Steven William Roecklein

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

We seek to further understand the relationships between generations. The purpose of the present study was to explore these relationships by deciding if a generation gap existed with the values of three generations of blood-related families. The literature reviewed revealed three competing positions regarding the existence of a generation gap. Some held that no gap has occurred, others believed a great gap has existed, and yet another group showed differences appearing on a selective basis;An additional question examined by this study was that, if differences were evident, would they be similar within cohorts (peer group) or within family lineages ...


Women's Education: A Cross Cultural Comparison Of American And Iranian Attitudes , S. Marzie Astani Jan 1981

Women's Education: A Cross Cultural Comparison Of American And Iranian Attitudes , S. Marzie Astani

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The basic purpose of this inquiry was to consider women's issues (specifically women's education) in two cultural contexts, Iranian and American. The differences and similarities of American and Iranian attitudes toward women's education was investigated by conducting research on 80 Iranian and 83 American females and males, married and single, attending universities in the midwestern United States. The semantic differential technique was used to construct an instrument with 16 "situations" related to women's education as concepts. The Iranian questionnaire was in Farsi; American subjects had an English version;Factor analysis showed six "qualifiers" to be loading ...