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ERIC Number: ED126823
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 14
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Role Conflicts of College Women.
Rogers, Janet C.
Forty-three female college students responded to a l5-statement questionnaire dealing with five areas of role conflict: (1) time management; (2) relations with spouse or boyfriend; (3) expectations for self; (4) expectations of others; and (5) guilt. The problem statements used in the questionnaire were derived from previous research that found "expectations for self" and "time management" to be the areas of greatest role conflict for women. For this sample, "expectations for self" was an area of little concern. Of more concern was the one area of guilt, focusing on the act of not doing what someone else wants done; essentially, a tendency to experience feelings of guilt following assertive behavior. "Time management" was of concern but not to a significant degree. (Author)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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