How relative simple reader-panel methods yield valuable contributions to editorial policies (Part II)

Date of publication: June 15, 1974


In the first part of the paper the authors gives few examples of results and conclusions, it was just to indicate various possibilities with this kind of research. While, in the appendices you may have found the examples which can be read or closely looked at in tabular form. At the end of the paper he suggested to present to you a few more experiences from the juveniles. That is what he is going to do now: experiments with a very important group of readers.

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