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ISSN Print: 2394-7500, ISSN Online: 2394-5869, CODEN: IJARPF

International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 2, Issue 8, Part I (2016)

Attitude towards androgynization of roles and emotional maturity among individuals working in female dominated professions

Author(s)
Dr. Gauri Kadam and Yogita Ubhe
Abstract
The present study was aimed to study attitude towards androgynization of roles and emotional maturity among individuals working in female dominated professions.
The sample was selected by using purposive sampling method. Total 100 (50 males & 50 females) employees working in areas pre-dominantly assigned to females such as nursing, unisex saloons, beauty parlors, etc in Pune City were selected. Their age range was between 20 to 40 years. Their minimum educational qualification was 12th Std. They responded to Attitude towards Androgynization of Roles Scale (ATARS) by Bisht (1987) and Emotional Maturity Scale by Singh & Bhargava (2012). The statistical tool Anova was used to find gender differences in attitude towards androgynization of roles (ATARS), Model, Prescription of Behaviour, Reinforcement of Behaviour, and Exposure to varied occupations. Anova was also used find gender differences in emotional maturity, emotional stability, emotional progression, social adjustment, personality integration and state of being independent. Pearson’s correlation was used to find correlation between attitude towards androgynization of roles and emotional maturity among individuals working in female dominated professions.
The result showed that there is no gender difference (F=0.47) in attitude towards androgynization of roles among individuals working in female dominated professions, there is no gender difference (F=0.023) in Model as dimension of ATARS, there is no gender difference (F=1.33) in Prescription of Behaviour) as dimension of ATARS, there is no gender difference (F=0.00) in Reinforcement of Behaviour as dimension of ATARS, there is no gender difference (F=0.36) in Exposure to varied occupations (EVO) as dimension of ATARS. There is no gender difference (F=0.48) in emotional maturity among individuals working in female dominated professions, there is no gender difference (F=0.39) in emotional stability as a dimension of emotional maturity, there is no gender difference (F=0.098) in emotional progression as a dimension of emotional maturity, there is no gender difference (F=0.21) on social adjustment as a dimension of emotional maturity, there is no gender difference (F=2.49) in personality integration as a dimension of emotional maturity, there is no gender difference (F=0.41) on state of being independent as a dimension of emotional maturity, there is no correlation (r=0.189) between attitude towards androgynization of roles and emotional maturity among individuals working in female dominated professions.
Pages: 596-601  |  632 Views  12 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Gauri Kadam, Yogita Ubhe. Attitude towards androgynization of roles and emotional maturity among individuals working in female dominated professions. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(8):596-601.
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