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Okurame, David E. – Journal of Career Development, 2012
Little research attention has been given to the linkage between work-family conflict and career commitment. Likewise, although, theoretical arguments about the moderator effects of mentoring on the relationship between work-family conflict and career attitudes have been made in the literature, no research has investigated this assumption. This…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Family Work Relationship, Conflict, Government Employees
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Adebayo, D. O. – Journal of Career Development, 2006
As a result of the increasing number of nontraditional students in Nigerian universities and the consequences associated with combining multiple roles, this study is designed to examine the relationship among nontraditional students with respect to workload, social support, and work-school conflict. Using a cross-sectional survey, data are…
Descriptors: Nontraditional Students, Social Support Groups, Role Theory, Graduate Students
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Nwachukwu, Francis J. – Journal of Career Development, 1992
Nigerian male teacher education students (n=100) completed the Adjective Check List, with these findings: (1) self-concept was not an important influence on career choice; (2) self-description did not correlate with subject's description of a member of a least preferred occupation. Influence of parents and extended family must be considered in…
Descriptors: Career Choice, Cultural Influences, Foreign Countries, Personality Traits
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Erinosho, Stella Y. – Journal of Career Development, 1997
Responses from 209 of 520 Nigerian women in science and technology professions and university departments found they typically attended single-sex schools, had highly educated parents, had more fathers than mothers in scientific-technical professions, received parental and spousal support, and were concerned about combining marriage and career.…
Descriptors: Career Choice, Career Development, Females, Foreign Countries