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From studies on the aspirations of rural youth


, : From studies on the aspirations of rural youth. Wies Wspoczesna 33(7): 136-142

Studies carried out in six schools in two communes of the Tarnow voivodship of Poland in April 1988 formed the basis for the investigation of the aspirations of rural youth (over 15 years of age). A group of 196 young people were questioned as to their life plans, aspirations and ambitions. Findings are presented separately for girls and boys, and for the group as a whole. Values and attitudes regarding society, family and careers were determined.

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