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Communication Poster Project Anthony Pugliese Communication Research 12-11-06
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Hypothesis I think college students do in fact feel bombarded, offended and/or silenced by professors and their political comments.
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Sample I would try to study responses from college students attending a variety of different college institutional standards I also think it would be important to survey students in several different academic departments. Such as, the students from the political science department, Business department, writing department and communication department
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I would try to find participants at the following academic campuses. Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC), West Chester University of Pennsylvania, a state school, Penn State University and University of Pittsburg, large public schools, and finally University of Pennsylvania, an IV League school. All surveys would be given to classes from the fall semester of 2007. I would put all of the academic departments names from each academic institution in a hat, separately of course, and pull 2 departments out randomly. Then I would arrange to pass a survey out in 2 classes within the drawn academic departments. Out of each class I would like no more then 15 volunteers. Overall I am expecting approximately 300 participants
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