Comparative-Causal Study of the Immigration’s Term in Students of the University of Granada, Spain
AbstractThis study, of comparative-causal type, cutting wants to determine if different variables inherent to the students of the University of Granada (as the genre, degree where they study, etc.) influence in the way they assess the term of “inmigration”. We use a survey that evaluated the perception of agree vs disagree on the term “inmigrantion” of a sample (N = 423) students of this university selected by cluster random sampling. The obtained results show that, really, some of the referred variables have shown to be relevant when assessing with varying agreement to the concept previously mentioned, over all, regarding the different degrees, ideology and the students economic situation, the object of the research.
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