Study of Civic Education 1970
The Study of Civic Education 1970 is a part of the Six Subject Survey. The aim of this study was to investigate how and to what extent objectives of citizenship education are being achieved by educational systems and what other influences beside the school (such as family, mass media, or friends) are important. One of the important issues addressed was whether a single quality, that of a good citizen, could be identified or whether there were several different and independent civic attitudes. In addition, an achievement test was administered that assessed knowledge of civic and political processes and institutions. The data were collected in 1971.