母親の娘に対する期待と娘の社会参加意識 [in Japanese] Mother-Daughter Relations and their Attitudinal Continuity in Social Participation [in Japanese]
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The purpose of this study is to clarify the daughters' perceptions of their mother's expectations and the relative influence of them upon their vocational of social ambitions. Subjects are 241 single women and their mothers. The major findings are as follows: Thirty percent of the daughters are pursuing life-long jobs. And the more they are expected or they perceive themselves to be expected, the stronger their vocational ambitions are. On the other hand, daughters don't show so much interest in other social activites such as voluntary works. But the daughters who perceive themselves to be expected by their mother to do such things have more interest than those who don't perceive themselves to be expected. In general, the daughters' ambitions are influenced by their mother's expectations regardless of whether or not their mothers work or attend social activities.
- The Annual bulletin of the Faculty of the Humanities, Matsuyama Shinonome College
The Annual bulletin of the Faculty of the Humanities, Matsuyama Shinonome College 1, 51-66, 1993-03
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