Analysis of Mission Statements or Similar Documents of Jesuit Universities and Higher Education Institutions


Jacques BERLEUR, S.J. Facultés Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix Namur, Belgium
with the help and support of (†) Robert F. Harvanek, S.J. and John W. Corliss Loyola University Chicago, USA

Table of Contents

Abstract

1. Introduction: Background

1.1. A Memorandum for the 34th General Congregation?

1.2. After General Congregation XXXIV

1.3. Another Process

2. Sample Survey and Methodology

2.1. The Sample

2.2. Methodology

3. Results

3.1. Country Sensitivity

3.2. Titles

3.3. Content

3.3.1. Analysis of items which collect more than 30% of answers

a. According to The Harvanek-Berleur grid

b. According to the Arango-Berleur grid

3.3.2. Analysis of items which collect less than 20% of answers

a. According to the Harvanek-Berleur grid

b. According to the Arango-Berleur grid

3.3.3. US and not-US

a. In the list of >30% answers, according to the Harvanek-Berleur grid

b. In the list of >30% answers, according to the Arango-Berleur grid

c. In the list of <20% answers, according to the Harvanek-Berleur grid

d. In the list of <20% answers, according to the Arango-Berleur grid

Annex 1: Names of Universities who sent their Mission Statement, and distribution per country

Annex 2: How many sections were selected from the proposed grid?, or: How many items were selected from a section or how many sub-items under a specific item?

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