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Student Perceptions Of The Relative Importance Of Selected Attributes Of An Institution Of Higher Education: A Conjoint Approach, John Fraas, Ronald Paugh Sep 1989

Student Perceptions Of The Relative Importance Of Selected Attributes Of An Institution Of Higher Education: A Conjoint Approach, John Fraas, Ronald Paugh

John W. Fraas

A study investigated the relative importance of certain college attributes to the freshmen of Ashland University, a small, private university in Ohio. Five institutional characteristics were examined: availability and variety of financial aid, dorm life (living conditions and food quality), quality of education (quality of teaching, career relevance of the curriculum, and overall institutional reputation), student-faculty relationships and interaction (availability of faculty to students, faculty promotion of student development, and degree of faculty advice given to students on personal as well as academic matters), and campus social life.


Conjoint Analysis: A Study Of The Effects Of Using Person Variables, John Fraas, Isadore Newman Sep 1989

Conjoint Analysis: A Study Of The Effects Of Using Person Variables, John Fraas, Isadore Newman

John W. Fraas

Three statistical techniques -- conjoint analysis, a multiple linear regression model, and a multiple linear regression model with a surrogate person variable -- were used to estimate the relative importance of five university attributes for students in the process of selecting a college


At-Risk Youth In Suburban Nebraska, John W. Hill Dec 1988

At-Risk Youth In Suburban Nebraska, John W. Hill

John W. Hill

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