A Study of Group Affiliations and Other Leisure Time Activities of 100 Fourteen-year-old Students at George Washington High School, January 1952
Indiana University, 1952 - High school students - 234 pages
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DESCRIPTION OF THE STUDENT GROUP
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235 group affiliations 30 members 90 students A. S. Barnes AFFILIATIONS IN GROUPS AFFILIATIONS OF FOURTEEN-YEAR-OLD agen agencies agency-sponsored group agenoy Athletic athletio attended basketball boys and girls building-centered facilities church church-sponsored groups classification clubs commercial establishment community centers dents employed students employment Fourteen-Year-Old Students fraternities and sororities George Washington High grade greatest number Group Affiliations Total GROUP Number groups open groups with less High School district highest number home setting included independent group affiliations Indianapolis interview irregularly employed January Kind of Activity kinds of groups leisure time activities Leisure-Time Lessons or Classes major activity participated Marion County memberships non-commercial establish number of affiliations Number of Group Number of Students Old Students olubs organizations percent programs ratio recreational facilities roller skating social soouting-type sophomores sponsored groups SPONSORSHIP Number students belonged students participated Table teams tion total number type of group unsponsored Washington High School White River