The Social, Economic, and Vocational Status of Graduates of a Liberal Arts College for Men (Mississippi College)
Pub. under the auspices of the Graduate Council of Indiana University, 1933 - 149 pages
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average number broth brothers who entered brothers who graduated cation cent of brothers cent of living cent of married cent of Mississippi child 6th child children per father clerical college education college graduate groups College Graduates Distributed correlation coefficient dead children different groups different vocations enter college factors farmers Farming following other vocations following their fathers four groups Gambrill graduated from college GRADUATED FROM MISSISSIPPI greater per cent groups of brothers Harvard graduates incomplete families influenced largest per cent lege graduates liberal arts college marriage married and single median incomes Medicine minister-teachers ministers Ministry Mississippi College Compared Mississippi College graduates number of children number of counties Number Per Cent questionnaires received Salesmanship salesmen scholastic marks single combined sissippi College graduates smallest per cent social Status of College Table teachers tion total number uates United States Census voca vocation or calling vocational status