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A Conceptual Framework for Understanding the Transitions in Perceptions of External Students
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Distance Education Volume 9, Number 1,

Abstract

Outlines a conceptual framework for investigating distance education students' attitudes toward education and describes the results of a study. Concepts discussed are socialization, including influences of the educational institution, work, family, and friends; professionalization; feelings of power and control over work and career; and reasons for beginning and continuing studies. (19 references) (LRW)

Citation

Herrmann, A. (1988). A Conceptual Framework for Understanding the Transitions in Perceptions of External Students. Distance Education, 9(1), 5-26. Retrieved January 20, 2020 from .

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