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Title: Planning : the human development journey : a case of people-conscious planning
Authors: Cachia, Chris (2003)
Keywords: Developmental psychology -- Malta
Economic policy
Malta -- Social conditions
Issue Date: 2003
Citation: Cachia, C. (2003). Planning : the human development journey : a case of people-conscious planning (Master’s dissertation).
Abstract: This thesis concerns the study of the Maltese society from a psycho-social perspective.The barriers between the social and the psychological domains are being questioned and human development theories are used to analyse Maltese society using scientific research in an endeavor to discover the relationship between the distributions of individuals constituting a society according to their psycho-social development and the development of society at large, A questionnaire to be used in a door-to-door survey was designed to find out the above mentioned psycho-social development levels. This was based on worldviews and values that Maltese adapt in their lives. A sample of 716 persons turned out to be an excellent representative sample following statistical verification and thus the findings in this research could be used to represent Maltese society. The interview also included six demographic questions, the results of which were used in statistical analysis.
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