Footnotes 1 A comparison in sociological terms of this sample with large groups of alumnae from the same classes, who had filled out a questionnaire distributed by the Alumnae Association, shows a high degree of general similarity. However, the proportion of alumnae who answered the Association's questionnaire was only about 50 per cent. Thus, although the assessment sample and the larger sample who responded to the questionnaire are generally alike, we have to reckon with the possibility of systematic differences between people of these two groups and people who do not respond to requests from the college. In other words, it is possible that among all the alumnae from the classes 1929‐35 there are educational patterns not represented in our sample of fifty. 2 By Nevitt Sanford.
Journal of Social Issues – Wiley
Published: Oct 1, 1956
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