A Quantitative Study of the Presidential Search Process and Position Longevity in Community Colleges Page: 36
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(Q9SLCTPR) the selection process used for current presidencies, and (Q16SLCT2) the
selection process used for previous presidential positions as compared with the
longevity of the current presidential position (Q7STDT1, Q7STDT2, Q7STDT3) or the
number of years in the previous presidential position (Q14NOYR) along with other lower
order statistics deemed appropriate at the time. Use of a General Linear Model (GLM)
was introduced when the initial analysis showed one comparison, selection process
(Q9SLCTPR) with longevity (Q7STDT1), to be statistically significant.
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