This can apply to any type of school Elementary schools and Universities. It can be manifested in the exhibition of school colors in dress and decoration, attendance of athletic events, Mascots or verbally in the form of chants or cheers. This definition of school spirit is closely associated with good sportsmanship among students and their families at sporting events and is loosely based upon ounce raging each other.
Abstract We developed a novel variation on a group data on school spirit using compliance, conformity, and obedience in a way to increase the school spirit here at Trinity Lutheran College. Using compliance to make the student want to wear their trinity gear such as, offering the student coffee or give a free souvenir only if they were there trinity gear the next day. We would then talk to 5 or 6 students who are not wearing Trinity gear. We would experiment with asking question do you have Trinity Gear. Why do you have Trinity Gear? If the student doesn’t have any Trinity gear why don’t they have any?
We want to use ingratiation to make the student feel comfortable. Compliment the student on whatever the student is wearing, but persuade the student to wearing trinity gear. First in for most, you would ask if they have any Trinity gear, if the student says yes, then you would ask them to wear their Trinity gear the next day. According to the power point my group followed the tactics of ingratiation were you would use flattery and use positive nonverbal cues. We also used Tactics based on the commitment or consistency such as Foot- in-the-door, allowable procedure, Door-in-the-face, and that’s not all.
Methods participants The current study of my experiment is to get Trinity students to show more school spirit and to wear their Trinity gear. Procedure The control was 1/1 meaning the first student I ask to wear there trinity gear the next day that student participated, but only 5 out of six students participated. The one student that participated never attended school the next day. Results Participants Trinity Gear Wear trinity gear next day Yes No Never attended school Question A: Do you have Trinity Gear, Why do you have it, why aren’t you wearing it?
Pl = Yes, Eagle bucks, Likes to dress nice UP = Yes, Eagle bucks, It is just not my first choice of clothing UP = No clothes, but Keynesian, it was a gift, use it everyday UP = Yes, soccer team, ugly – not my style UP = Yes, track team, like do dress representatives UP = Yes, soccer team, what is the point p 7 Yes, eagle bucks, work out Question B: Why don’t you have any? UP Not my style Question C: Would wearing Trinity gear exhibit/increase school spirit Everyone thought it would increase school spirit.
Rest Its We had 4/6 who participated, but when we asked the two people who didn’t wear any they said that they forgot about it. Each member of our research team will target six Trinity Lutheran College students not wearing Trinity clothing/gear, and will ask if they own any and if they have been asked this question already in order to be eligible for participation in our study. If they do not own Trinity gear, or have been asked this question already, they are not eligible. Attain qualitative information as to A. ) If they have Trinity gear, why they have it, and also why they aren’t wearing it and B. If no Trinity gear, why they don’t have any. C. ) If wearing Trinity gear would exhibit/increase school spirit The experimenters will ask one eligible participant to simply wear visible Trinity gear the next day they come to school as a control participant. They will then ask of five eligible participants under their specific level of experimental condition of compliance (egg. Anthony via ingratiation Eric via foot in the door) the same request. Attain contact information if necessary if participant is deemed hard to find the next eligible school day.