Attitudes to College and Politics 1969
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AbstractLearning conditions and political as well as college politicalconsciousness of students at the University of Cologne. Topics: Evaluation of study conditions at the Cologne university;weekly study time; interest in college politics; preference forpolitical college groups and attitude to the SDS, APO, DKP and ADF;attitude to political positions of professors; attitude to studentparlament and the political mandate of the student representative;attitude to study reform and to a greater regimentation of studies;attitude to protest actions; judgement on the effectiveness of APOactions on the political situation of the FRG; attitude to the use offorce at political conflicts; election participation and behavior atthe polls in the last election to the student parlament; politicalself-assessment and political world view; assessment of the politicalattitude of the majority of students; personal party preference andthat of parents; sympathy scale for CDU, SPD, FDP, NPD and DFU;attitude to the emergency laws, prohibition of the NPD, recognition ofthe GDR, the Vietnam war, invasion of the CSSR by the USSR, Che Guevaraand the Middle East Conflict; attitude to disciplining students by thecollege and through government sanctions; political and scientificcollege autonomy; attitude to political privileges for students,technical and scientific progress, the economic miracle and consumerfetishism; perceived influence of organizations and special interestorganizations on German politics; satisfaction with the policies ofFederal Chancellor Kiesinger; attitude to parliamentary democracy,parliamentarians and to a change in voting law; personal electioncampaign activities in the Federal Parliament election 1969; mediausage; social origins; occupational goal; characterization of desiredoccupation; relation with parents and their political activities;subjects and degree sought; housing situation; religiousness. Demography: age; sex; marital status; religious denomination.
Update Metadata: 2022-05-17 | Issue Number: 104 | Registration Date: 2010-07-21