Item analysis of the development pool of items for the youth opinion questionnaire.
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Item analysis of the development pool of items for the youth opinion questionnaire. Prepared by George B. Graen [and others.]

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Published by Industrial Relations Center, University of Minnesota] in Minneapolis .
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Subjects:

  • Youth -- Employment -- United States,
  • Work -- Psychological aspects

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Edition Notes

SeriesMinnesota studies in work attitudes -- no. 1
ContributionsGraen, George Bearnard, Minnesota. University. Industrial Relations Center
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD6273 I8
The Physical Object
Pagination467p.
Number of Pages467
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21761946M

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