Graduate students of the University of New England (U.N.E.) during the period 1970–1984 wrote one hundred dissertations on morale in a wide variety of educational institutions. The Staff Morale Questionnaire (S.M.Q.) developed and progressively refined at U.N.E. was extensively used in these and other studies in Australia. The project's greatest value lay in the way it enabled external (i.e. off‐campus) students to develop their academic critical abilities in a guided research effort, and in the ripple effect which has enabled numerous administrators in Australian schools to gain some sensitisation to and understanding of the importance of organisational morale.
SMITH, K.R. (1987), "ONE HUNDRED DISSERTATIONS: A REVIEW OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND MORALE RESEARCH PROJECT", Journal of Educational Administration, Vol. 25 No. 1, pp. 101-125. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb009928Download as .RIS
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