Driving Values - Class Survey Fall 1998
Here are the results of the regular class survey of "driving values" in the CS 3604 course. This accompanies the discussion on "Community Values". Driving Values are described as those concepts which significantly influence the ways in which we make decisions in life. The survey involved 57 Computer Science students, primarily in their junior or senior years, each providing their primary five driving values.

Driving Value

Count

Honesty/Integrity/Truth

48

Family

35

Religion/Spirituality

26

Fairness/Trust

25

Friends/Friendship/Relationships/Community

17

Responsibilities/Duty

13

Logic/Consequences

10

Winning/Success

10

Education

9

Love/Compassion/Kindness/Sympathy/Courtesy

9

Work/Work Ethic

9

Law/Justice

8

Loyalty

8

Respect

6

Self-discipline/Self Esteem

4

Benefit/Needs

3

Pride

3

Tolerance/Underdog

3

Experience

2

Generosity

2

Openness

2

Patriotism

2

Physical Growth

2

Comfort

1

Commitment

1

Courage

1

Determination

1

Efficiency

1

Emotion

1

Getting ahead

1

Health

1

Helpfulness

1

History

1

Image

1

Independence

1

Mental Growth

1

Moderation

1

Money

1

Motivation

1

Quality

1

Risk

1

Service

1


Last updated 98/09/07
© J.A.N. Lee, 1998.