COMM211 PAPER 3 Proposal

COMM211 PAPER 3 - w1q83f Seeing People Drinking Or Drunk In Public w1q83g Graffiti On Neighborhood Businesses w1q83h Graffitti On Neighborhood

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Sasha Wang COMM 211.008 Hoon Lee Michael Traugott Workshop 11 Paper Proposal Hypothesis: People who grew up in poor, unsafe neighborhoods are more likely to appreciate the academic, residential, and social opportunities given to them by the college or university. than those who grew up in wealthy, privileged neighborhoods. The more appreciative students would rate their general college experience more highly than those who are not as appreciative. Variables from the “NL Survey of Freshmen” to be used for the operationalization: Variables from Wave 1 to detect poor, unsafe neighborhoods: w1q83a Homeless People On The Street w1q83b Prostitutes On The Street w1q83c Drug Paraphernalia On The Street w1q83d People Selling Illegal Drugs In Public w1q83e People Using Illegal Drugs In Public
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Unformatted text preview: w1q83f Seeing People Drinking Or Drunk In Public w1q83g Graffiti On Neighborhood Businesses w1q83h Graffitti On Neighborhood Homes w1q83i Gang Members Hanging Out On The Street w1q83j Physical Violence In Public w1q83k Hearing Gunshots w1q83l Seeing Someone Stabbed By A Knife. w1q83m Someone Shot By A Gun w1q83n Someone Getting Mugged Variables from Wave 3 to measure ratings of college experience: w3q25 How satisfied (are/were) you with your intellectual development (since/while) enrolling in ( COLLEGE )? w3q26 How satisfied (are/were) you with your social life (since/while) (enrolling/enrolled) in ( COLLEGE )? w3q27 Considering everything, how would you rate your experience (so far) at ( COLLEGE )?...
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