ERIC Number: ED201942
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980
Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Ohio Council on Family Relations 1980.
Ohio Council on Family Relations, Columbus.
This compendium of papers presented at the 1980 convention of the Ohio Council on Family Relations is grouped into four major areas. Papers in the Family and Social Systems Section discuss spousal violence, psychological gerontology, and bureautechnocracy, i.e., the bureaucratic and technological influences on society. Materials in the Children's Relationships and Concerns section focus on young children's perceptions of mothers and teachers, body-build stereotypes in young children, children's sex-role socialization, and the effects of rapid technological changes on young people growing up in Africa. Articles in the third section, Integrating Careers and Families, explore the work motivations of mothers with infants, the plight of the displaced homemaker, and attitudes and control orientation in family management. The final section, Roles, Perceptions, and Judicial Involvement, consists of documents about reference group interaction and sex-role orientation, the current status of school-age mothers with respect to their continuing education, and the dilemma of the "super-mom." (NRB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - General; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Ohio Council on Family Relations, Columbus.