A Study of Faculty Participation and Organization in Texas Junior Colleges Page: 2
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2. To what extent should the faculty participate in decision-
making as reported by each of the four reference groups?
3. Does the size or organization of the junior college affect
the extent to which the faculty is inv.olved or should be involved in
decision-making as reported by the four reference groups combined.
4. What types of professional organizations are most
acceptable to the four reference groups?
5. What organizations do junior college faculty members
6. What percentage of junior college faculty members
presently belong to local faculty organizations?
The study was conducted by the use of a questionnaire which
was validated by leaders of A A UP, AAJC, NFA, TACT, and TJCTA.
The questionnaire was sent to all of the fifty-three junior college
governing board chairmen, junior college presidents, faculty associa-
tion presidents, and 150 junior college faculty members. The
responses were tabulated and displayed as mean responses or percen-
tages in figures and tables.
The analysis of the responses to the questionnaire led to the
following findings and conclusions:
1. Junior college presidents apparently thought that the
faculty was more involved in decision-making than faculty members
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Kirkpatrick, James Michael. A Study of Faculty Participation and Organization in Texas Junior Colleges, dissertation, May 1972; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc164550/m1/3/: accessed October 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .