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The purpose of this study was to identify communication concerns and develop recommendations for improving communication within the academic com- munity at the University of the Pacific.
The subjects were 165 randomly selected members of the academic commun- ity of the University of the Pacific. The sample represented the following academic categories: university president, academic vice-president, deans/ provosts, crpartment chairmen, and faculty.
Data were gathered with a survey instrument designed by the author to specifically elicit communication information for the study. The instrument contained 60 items with a response continum of strongly agree (SA), agree (A), disagree (DA), and strongly disagree (SD) with a not-applicable (NA) response also included. Statist
Sebok, Richard Frank. (1974). Communication Within The Academic Community At The University Of The Pacific: A Descriptive Study 1973-1974. University of the Pacific, Dissertation. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/3326
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