Latin American University Students: A Six Nation Studyby Arthur Liebman, Kenneth F. Walker, Myron Glazer
Pub. Date: 01/28/1972
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Why does the interaction between Latin American students and the Latin American university--typically an archaic, socially insulated institution--regularly produce a significant number of students opposed to their governments and to the existing social structure? To answer this question, the authors of this comparative study of student political attitudes and behavior questioned students at eleven universities in six culturally similar but economically and governmentally different Latin American countries: Colombia, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, and Uruguay.
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