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aspirations and performances choose father CHOOSING SELECTED PERSONS chosen most frequently correlation Differences between Indian educational aspirations ethnicity FAMILY INCOME INFLUENTIAL fathers and mothers female students gamma high income students income as reported INCOME IN SCHOOL Income Income Income INCOME INFLUENTIAL PERSON Indian and non-Indian Indian Education Indian farm students Indian fathers Indian females Indian males Indian non-farm Indian parents Indian students indicate influence students INFLUENTIAL PERSON INCOME interest and pressure internal validity level of family level of perceived levels of income LL.L measure of influence MHOM Montana State University non-farm students non-Indian farm students non-Indian fathers non-Indian female non-Indian male NON-INDIAN PARENTS non-Indian students nv0o ON2 XTS A3 pa^saaa^uf parental influence parental interest parental pressure perceived family income percent question relationship between levels reported in Tables residence School counselor sex and level STUDENTS CHOOSING SELECTED T2 TT TLT2 TTLT2 variation in choice