Anti-Democratic Attitudes in American Schools

Anti-Democratic Attitudes in American Schools

Anti-Democratic Attitudes in American Schools

Anti-Democratic Attitudes in American Schools

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CONTENTS

PART I Attitude Studies of High School Youth

I. Origins and Overview H. H. Remmers 3

II. American Freedom and the Values of Youth Roy E. Horton , Jr. 18

III. Sweet Land of Liberty H. H. Remmers and Richard D. Franklin 61

IV. Social Distance and Some Related Variables in Voting Behavior Arthur D. Kirsch 73

V. Social Distance in Voting Behavior in Two Presidential Elections H. H. Remmers 98

VI. Some Dimensions of Anti-Democratic Attitudes of High School Youth Robert F. Corder 103

VII. Attitude Change in Intergroup Education Programs Robert E. Mainer 122

PART II Attitude Studies in Higher Education

VIII. A Factor Analytic Study of the Dimensions of AntiDemocratic Attitude Dorothy Gates Rodgers 157

IX. Anti-Democratic Attitudes in Midwest University Elmer L. Struening 210

X. Democratic-Authoritarian Attitudes: Comparison of the Factor Patterns from Several Populations Larry Dennis Cannon 259

XI. Teacher Authoritarianism Versus Teaching Effectiveness as Perceived by Students W. H. Vermillion, Jr., W. H. Leftwich, and H. H.

Remmers 280

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