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Title:Occupational Inclinations and Attitudes Toward Rural Modernization of Students in Selected Kenya Secondary Schools
Author:Maxwell, Robert
Year:1969
Periodical:East African Journal of Rural Development
Volume:2
Issue:2
Pages:60-75
Language:English
Geographic term:Kenya
Subjects:agricultural development
pupils
Labor and Employment
Education and Oral Traditions
Abstract:The educational function is part and parcel of social, political, and economic development. Purposes of this study, which deals with a small portion of the overall educational function - that of attitude formation and its relevance to the development process in Kenya - are: to measure student attitudes toward rural living and modernization movements, to collect occupational inclinations and choices, to assemble some indicators of the level of general agricultural information; to add to the work being done at the Curriculum Development and Research Centre of the Ministry of Education in Nairobi. The instrument used for collection of the data was a survey questionnaire and the data were collected from eighteen selected secondary schools in Kenya during September-October, 1967. Ref., tables, appendix.
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