CHAPTER V: Statistical Findings of the Investigation

Lambros, Anna V.
January 1996
Culture & the Literary Text: The Case of Flaubert's Madam Bovary;1996, p53
Book Chapter
Chapter V of the book, "Culture and the Literary Text: The Case of Flaubert's Madam Bovary," is presented. It focuses on the statistical findings of a study on the differences in the understanding of French culture between undergraduate college students who study French literature in the original language and those who study it in English. A summary of basic statistics for a sample of 118 students who participated in the study is presented. Table 1 presents the students who studied French in the original language. Meanwhile, the posttest results for students who studied in English are included in Table 2.


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