An Examination of Male and Female Attitudes Toward Career and Family Issues
This paper presents the results of a study designed to investigate attitudes toward various career and family issues. The sample for the study consists of 240 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in business courses. Results indicate differences in men's and women's perceptions of such issues as employer and government support for child care, parental responsibility, traditionally defined sex roles, and the impact of nonwork issues on work effectiveness. Gender differences were also evident in decisions made by study participants in response to several career-family scenarios developed by the researchers.
Covin, Teresa Joyce, and Christina Christenson Brush. An Examination of Male and Female Attitudes Toward Career and Family Issues. Sex Roles 25.7-8 (1991): 393-415. Print.