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recorded on the test booklet. A notation was also placed
on each instrument indicating the type of textbook used by
that student. After all the data were collected, the
attitude inventory was hand scored and the results were
recorded on data sheets along with the student information
involving the other variables. All statistical compu-
tations necessary to this study were done by the North
Texas State University Computer Center. Two statistical
tests were used to check for relationships between student
vocational bias and the other variables being examined.
A t-test analysis was used to test for significant dif-
ferences, and multiple regression analysis was done to
more accurately determine what impact the various variables
had on vocational attitudes.
The findings of this study were revealed through the
testing of six null hypotheses and are limited to the
population used in this study. The conclusions which
follow were drawn on the basis of careful analysis of the
1. It may be concluded that the bias present in
elementary basal reading textbooks does not significantly
influence student vocational attitudes.
2. It may be concluded that the father's occupation
does have a significant effect on vocational attitudes.
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King, Francis Michael. A Study of the Correlates of Vocational Bias in Elementary Students, dissertation, August 1974; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc501194/m1/3/: accessed August 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .