• Journal Article

Higher Education, College Characteristics, and Student Experiences: Long-Term Effects on Educational Satisfactions and Perceptions

Citation

Knox, W. E., Lindsay, P., & Kolb, M. N. (1992). Higher Education, College Characteristics, and Student Experiences: Long-Term Effects on Educational Satisfactions and Perceptions. Journal of Higher Education, 63(3), 303-328.

Abstract

College characteristics and educational experiences affect responses to education less than educational attainment. These three independent variable contribute to outcome predictions beyond initial status characteristics. Response patterns suggest differences between academic and social integration. Theories of allocation (status-identity conferral) and reciprocal legitimation of persons and institutions are supported