EMERGENT LEADERS IN DEVELOPING NATIONS.
HARVARD UNIV CAMBRIDGE MASS CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
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The report indicates research analyses made and lists reports produced on problems of comparative national development, with particular reference to the role and attitudes of university students as a source of political pressure and as the future elite of various countries. The research covered three areas 1 General problems of political development in emergent nations 2 efforts to test propositions concerning the role and influence of young student elites and 3 methodological studies relating to the conduct of comparative research. The analyses were made on the basis of survey and other data collected under private foundation and university support funds in a number of countries in Latin America, North Africa, Eastern Europe, and India. Data on students in the U.S. was used for comparative purposes. Author
- Government and Political Science