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A Recent Study of Graduate Assistants

John F. Anderson and Douglas R. Berdie
Research in Higher Education
Vol. 4, No. 2 (1976), pp. 177-183
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40195155
Page Count: 7
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A Recent Study of Graduate Assistants
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Abstract

University administrators, college deans, department chairpersons and directors, faculty members, graduate assistants, and undergraduate students were mailed questionnaires concerning the roles of and attitudes toward graduate assistants at the University of Minnesota. Basic agreement was found to exist among the six groups surveyed with regard to many aspects of graduate assistantships. Graduate assistants were found to have little knowledge of many departmental concerns that directly affect them. The number of formalized policies regulating graduate assistantships was found to vary with the classification of assistantship.

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