The effects of factual information on the attitudes of college students
This research explores the effect that factual information has on the attitudes of college students. The findings suggest that the exposure to factual information on the topics of white collar crime and street crime had no effect on the attitudes of students assigned to the study's experimental group. The implications of these findings for education are discussed. © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
School of Social Work
Pardeck, John T., Marion Fuge, Marilyn Hess, Michael McCoy, and Frank Tinney. "The effects of factual information on the attitudes of college students." International Journal of Adolescence and Youth 7, no. 1 (1997): 1-8.
International Journal of Adolescence and Youth