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Despite freedoms for women in modern economies, there remains a large disparity between female graduation rates and women achieving high-ranking positions in the business world. Confidence may be one factor why women are underrepresented in the executive class.This
exploratory research investigated if supportive parenting has an effect on self-reported career confidence among undergraduates. A quantitative ANOVA analysis found that instrumental support factors (for example, money and tuition) overall were significant in predicting performance-based confidence, particularly for males. However, qualitative results showed that supportive parenting and confidence are not always correlated.
Business Administration; Career Confidence; Gender Differences; Hospitality; Management; Supportive Parenting
Business Administration, Management, and Operations | Educational Psychology | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Gender and Sexuality
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Ettefagh, Salma, "The Impact of Supportive Parenting on Career Confidence of Young Adults" (2017). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 3076.
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