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Family size and achievement.
When school performance and test results of children from different size families were compared it was found that those who had many siblin gs made on the average lower test scores than those who hadExpand
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A Case for Reinterpreted Dichotomy of Politics and Administration as a Professional Standard in Council-Manager Government
ffectively carried out the policies of the council. Over the years, a number of scholars have suggested that such a strict interpretation might not be what early proponents of a dichotomy hadExpand
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The state of doctoral education in public administration: developments in the field's research preparation
This article reports the results of a 1995 survey of the fifty-six NASPAA-affiliated doctoral programs of public administration and public affairs. Following on two related streams of research, weExpand
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Determinants of Graduate Research Productivity in Doctoral Programs of Public Administration.
Given that research is the first step in improved practice, how can public administration doctoral programs train more productive research scholars? This article reports details on the firstExpand
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Air Pollution and Respiratory Infection in Children
The children whose respiratory illnesses are described in this paper were all born during the first week of March, 1946, and have been reported on at intervals by health visitors, school nurses,Expand
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IN March 1946 a Joint Committee of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the Population Investigation Committee' made a sample survey of the social and economic problems ofExpand
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The Ability and Attainment of Short‐Sighted Pupils
In a national study short-sighted children are found to be hard working and attentive in class, to have many academic hobbies and, take relatively little interest in sport: they are successful atExpand
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