American college students' protestant ethic: A smallest space analysis

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Gary Dorst
Joseph Leon
Joseph L. Philbrick
Cite this article:  Dorst, G., Leon, J., & Philbrick, J. (1978). American college students' protestant ethic: A smallest space analysis. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 6(2), 187-190.


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Results are reported of responses of liberal arts undergraduates from three southwest universities and one university in Hawaii to the Mirels-Garrett Protestant Ethic Scale. The findings indicate a moderate endorsement of the scale. Interpretation of the scale using smallest space analysis R-l indicates that the American Protestant Ethic for university students has two major clusters?one emphasizing "work" and the other emphasizing "leisure"
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