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Toward a Definition of Freedom: An Assessment of Student Attitudes Toward Authority as Indicated by Written Responses in a Survey
|dc.contributor.author||Murayama, Susan; Yanagihara, Amy|
|dc.description.abstract||The definition of man's freedom has been a subject of interest and discussion for philosophers as well as for the "common man" in various societies for centuries. In recent years, this subject has again become a controversial national and international issue.|
|dc.format.extent||vi, 117 pages|
|dc.publisher||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
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|dc.title||Toward a Definition of Freedom: An Assessment of Student Attitudes Toward Authority as Indicated by Written Responses in a Survey|
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