Four Dimensions of Student Leadership: What Predicts Students' Attitudes Toward Leadership Developrnent?

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2005-10-01
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Shertzer, John
Wall, Vernon
Frandsen, Alisa
Guo, Yan
Whalen, Donald
Shelley, Mack
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Multiple regression was performed on four dependent variables derived from the results of a student survey measuring attitudes about student leadership: (a) leadership is important to the student, (b) the student considers himself or herself to be a leader, (c) leadership will be important to the student after college, and (d) leaders need to be able to work in teams or groups. Each of 10 independent variables was a significant predictor of one or more dependent variables.

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This article is published as John Shertzer, Vernon Wall, Alisa Frandsen, Yan Guo, Donald F. Whalen, and Mack Shelley II, “Four Dimensions of Student Leadership: What Predicts Students’ Attitudes Toward Leadership Development?,” The College Student Affairs Journal, 25(1), 85-108 (2005). Posted with permission.

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Student Attitudes, Student Surveys, Student Leadership, Predictor Variables, Leadership Training, Teamwork, Multiple Regression Analysis, Student Characteristics, Demography, Place of Residence, Beliefs, Interest Inventories, Likert Scales, Aspiration, Self Concept
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