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Role of the University in the Development of Political Consensus: Argentina, 1963

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Role of the University in the Development of Political Consensus: Argentina, 1963
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Role of the University in the Development of Political Consensus: Argentina, 1963
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The data for this study were collected in 1963 in five cities in Argentina: Buenos Aires, Mendoza, Cordoba, Rosario, and Resistencia. The sample contained two distinct groups: students at Argentine universities and nonstudent adults. The principal variables examined influences in the respondent's choice of a major field of study, study habits, participation in the university government, social contacts within the university government, social contacts within the universities, and views on the prestige of a university education. In addition, the study explored political attitudes and behavior, perceptions of stratification, occupational status, and attitudes toward group interests. Demographic data include the respondents' age, sex, marital status, religion, and residence during childhood, as well as their fathers' education, occupation, and income
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  • Nasatir, David
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Role of the University in the Development of Political Consensus: Argentina, 1963
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  • 1963
  • 7040
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ICPSR07040.v1
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Role of the University in the Development of Political Consensus: Argentina, 1963
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  • 1963
  • 7040
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ICPSR07040.v1
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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