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|Other Titles: ||A study on relationships among gender role, co-dependency, and career maturity of high school students|
|Authors: ||劉凡嘉;Liu, Fan-Chia|
|Keywords: ||性別角色;共依附;生涯成熟;Gender role;co-dependency;career maturity|
|Issue Date: ||2015-05-04 09:18:59 (UTC+8)|
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relations between gender role, co-dependency and career maturity in high school students. Questionnaire survey method was used to collect data from 852 public high school students in Taipei. Four research instruments were used in this study, including personal background information, gender role scale, co-dependency scale and career maturity scale. The major findings were as follows:
1.Both in male and female, the “undifferentiated” had the highest percentage, followed by “androgynous”.
2.Female high school students had higher “identified caretaking activities” than male students. “Masculine” and “feminine” had no significant difference in all aspect of
3.Female high school students had higher “career development of cognitive” than male students. The third-year students had higher “career development of cognitive” than the first-year students, and had higher “career planning attitude” than first/second-year students.
4.In whole career maturity, including “career development of cognitive” and “career planning attitude”, “androgynous” had the highest impact, and “masculine” and “feminine” are both higher than “undifferentiated”.
5.The “identified caretaking activities” can both effectively predict “career development of cognitive” and “career planning attitude”, and “attempts to derive a sense of purpose through relationships” can also predict “career planning attitude”.
6.The “gender role” can both effectively predict “career development of cognitive” and “career planning attitude”, and “androgynous” had the highest predictive power.
Based on the research results, further suggestions and discussions were made and future recommendations were also proposed.
|Appears in Collections:||[教育心理與諮商研究所] 學位論文|
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