PERSONALITY PROFILE OF THE CHILDREN OF DUAL-CAREER PARENTS AND CHILDREN OF SINGLE CAREER PARENTS
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ISMAIL, Z., & KIDWAI, R. (1995). PERSONALITY PROFILE OF THE CHILDREN OF DUAL-CAREER PARENTS AND CHILDREN OF SINGLE CAREER PARENTS. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 35(1&2), 1-14. Retrieved from https://www.jsshuok.com/oj/index.php/jssh/article/view/356
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Abstract

A study was conducted to compare two groups (N=100) where 50 respon-dents came from dual career families and 50 front single career families. Comparison was on the basis of percentile of the traits of Ascendancy, Responsibility, Emotional Stability and Sociality as measured by the Gordon Personal Profile. It was hypothesized that the Dual career families produce youths who would be higher on Ascendency, Responsibility and Sociability while those coining from single-career would show greater Emotional Stability. 771e same population was also tested on the basis of sex differences whereby, it was hypothesized that males would rank higher on Ascendency, Emo-tional Stability and Sociability while females would show greater Respon-sibility. 77re results in the first case allowed all differences to be statistically insignificant at p=>0.05 level of significance. In the second instance too, all hypotheses were disproved excluding the one on Emotional Stability where females showed a significantly higher ranking with p= <0.05 level of significance.

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