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The Measurement of Teacher Dissatisfaction
The purpose of this study was to identify and measure dissatisfaction perceived by teachers. Nine hypotheses were tested to determine: 1) areas in which teachers perceive a lack of congruency between individual need and role expectation, and the magnitude of resulting dissatisfaction perceived in areas where incongruency ...
Fred Morrow Fling: Scientific Historian
It will be pointed out in this paper that Fred Morrow Fling was a product of his times, and that his assumptions and attitudes toward history were in many ways those of the scientific historians. In discussing his career I have tried to do what Fling himself attempted to do in his biography of Mirabeau: "I have tried." Fling ...
Test anxiety, birth order, and quality of feedback as variables affecting cognition in conformity situations
Considerable interest has centered around test anxiety in recent years, as a personality variable relating to situational, physiological and other personality variables (Sarason, 1960). Of special interest has been the relation of test anxiety to task performance under various conditions of task complexity (Sarason and Palola, ...
Franklin D. Roosevelt and United States policy toward Indochina during World War II
The history of the United States policy toward and involvement in what is now North and South Vietnam has been and remains a source of bitter debate. There are very few facts amicably agreed upon and even fewer volumes not the subject of someone's castigation. This is, of course, due to the strong passions the subject evokes ...
A history of physical education in the public schools of British Columbia from 1918 to 1967
History has served many masters. It has been used, for example to teach; whereby the reader learns from the distilled wisdom of the ages. It can also instruct in the form of dogma or as propaganda in order to teach men how to behave philosophically or politically. History can be used as by Machiavelli, to flatter. Hitler used ...
A comparison of the effect of two progressive resistance exercise programs upon the development of strength and muscular endurance
The concept of physical fitness and conditioning has played a major role in the historical development of the world. The fall of nations has been accompanied by the deterioration of fitness ideals. The knowledge that the strength of a country is no greater than the collective physical well-being of its people has brought ...