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Title:Undergraduate field assistants (“Mouseketeers”) working with Lowell L. Getz, 1972-1997
Author(s):Getz, Lowell L.
Subject(s):Lowell L. Getz
Undergraduate assistants
Abstract:During the period of 1972-1997, I utilized the assistance of 1,063 undergraduate assistants (“Mouseketeers”) in two long-term field demographic and social behavior studies at the University of Illinois. Students went to the field 15 times for a minimum of 30 hours each semester/summer session, for which they received two hours of ungraded (S/U) elective credit. About half of the assistants were non biology majors. About half were females. In this site I include lists of the participants: (1) by semester/summer session enrolled and (2) alphabetically, with year and semester/summer session enrolled.
Issue Date:2016-01-27
Rights Information:Text Copyright by Lowell L. Getz. All Rights Reserved
Date Available in IDEALS:2016-01-28

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