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dc.contributor.authorJoAnn, Alderman Ortgiesen
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dc.date.issued1983-03
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dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10675.2/622324
dc.description.abstractThe purp se o f this study is to nvesti gate the re lationship b tween ne s percepti n of h r hi s sex role and the indivfdual s perception of her hi _management effecti ven s s A conveni enc e sample o f 20 9 Nursing Service Administrators holding membership in the S ociety of N u r s i n g s e r v c e Ad m i n f s t r a tors i n the s t a t e s of F 1 o r i d a and Georgi a was use d Data were collected usfng the Bern Sex Ro 1 e J n v e nt or y a n d t he Ma n age men t E f feet i v en e s s In struments plus a_ amogra hfc data heet All question n ires were self administered The hypoth s we e 1 There is a positive relation hip between the sel f perc eptio n of bei rig androgynous a nd the p_ercepti on of m anagement effec tfv eness he 1 d by the fern a 1 e Di r ector of Nursing Results upport the hypot esis 2 There is ne ative relationship betwe n the high femi ni n e self perception and the i ndi vi dua 1 s perception of management effecti en ss Results in d icate no fe laiionshfp exists ther fore the hypothesis ts not s up po r t e d 3 Ther e s a neg_a ti ve relati onship between the htgh m sculi ne s elf perception and the tn d vidual s percepti on of ma agem nt effentiveness Ftndings indicate that p o s t i v e r e l a t f on s h i p ex i s t s between h i g h mas c u 1 1 n e s e 1 f percep ti on and management effecti ven_e ss th e refore the hypothesis is not supported Descript ive findings indi ate that the respondents of t h i s pop u T a t i o n we r e mo s t 1 k e 1 y to be a w h i t e p r o testant female who practices her religion has a mean of 1 1 children is43 6 years of age a nd had a mother who did not work out of the home Professionally the re s p o n de n t i s tn o s t 1 i k e 1 y to h a v e a d i p 1 o m a i n n u r s i n g wi t h this di plorna being the highe st level attained hold the t i t 1 e of D i r e c tor o f N u r si n g h a s been i rt he r P res e nt p6sition fbr a mean rif 5 2 years and ha s a mean of 19 7 years of ex p e r i en c e i n n u r s i ng The respondent i s m o s t lik ly to be em ldyed in a private non profit h spit 1 with a b ect size rang irig from ld0 298 Implications are that masculine s x o1 chara teris tt s are the most desirable cha racteristics in th practice of nursing _admiJ1istratton D irections for f u rther re search 1 nc 1 u de 1 measuring andro gyny and management effectiveness usihg a behavioral base instr ment 2 comparing the perception and or behaviors bet ween male a nd f ema le nursing a dmi ni strators and between admin strators and non ad inistrati ve urses 3 the development of a valid behavioral instrument which differentiates sex role groups and management effe tivenessen_US
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dc.subjectFemaleen_US
dc.subjectGenderen_US
dc.subjectCharaen_US
dc.subjectSelf Concepten_US
dc.subjectFernsen_US
dc.titleSex Role Stereotyping and Nursing Management Effectiveness: A Correlational Studyen_US
dc.typeDissertationen_US
dc.typeDissertationen
dc.contributor.departmentDepartment of Nursingen_US
dc.description.advisorN/Aen_US
dc.description.degreeMaster of Science in Nursingen_US
dc.description.committeeN/Aen_US
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