Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Vernon Sheeley, Richard Green, Roy Hedges
Department of Counseling and Student Affairs
This project was a study of values of selected seventh, tenth, and twelfth grade students in Kentucky and Michigan. Students were instructed to rank order ten of the twenty values listed on the Low Vocabulary Values Survey. Descriptive comparisons were made within groups and between groups relative to sex and grade level differences. "I believe in God" and "I enjoy life" were ranked highest by each of the groups. "I get an allowance" was ranked least frequently. Twelfth grade students ranked "I make my own decisions" and "I express myself" higher than did the seventh grade students. Seventh grade students ranked "my family stays together" higher than did the tenth and twelfth grade students. Implications for additional research have been identified in this study. vii
Education | Student Counseling and Personnel Services
Schmitz, Rachel, "A Descriptive Survey of Values of Selected Groups of Seventh, Tenth and Twelfth Grade Students in Kentucky & Michigan" (1977). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 2836.