The Values of Elected Government Officials in the State of Hawaii Rosehill, Linda
dc.contributor.department Human Resources 2014-09-26T21:36:17Z 2014-09-26T21:36:17Z 2014-09-26
dc.description.abstract The purpose of this study was to determine the value priorities among the elected governement officials of the State of Hawaii and to investigate the effects of variables such as ethnicity, sex, age, education, and marital status upon these values. The Rokeach Value Survey and a demographic questionaire was sent to each individual. It was found that ethnicity played a major role in determining values. The value of "family security" indicates the great importance placed upon the family by local ethnic groups. Further, the values given priority reflected the affluent nature of the sample as well as their educational background.
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dc.publisher University of Hawaii at Manoa
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dc.title The Values of Elected Government Officials in the State of Hawaii
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