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Adaptation in American Indian families: Perceptions of older women
The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore how older American Indian women perceive adaptation to a dominant society and its influences on American Indian family life. The subjects were 10 American Indian women ...
The influence of significant others on adolescents' academic self-concept development
From the theoretical orientation of symbolic interaction, this study investigates adolescents' academic self-concept development as influenced by adolescents' perception of their academic ability by significant others. ...
Family of origin ritual behavior and its impact on never-married women's current sense of meaning
The purpose of the research investigation was to understand the essential features and structures of ritual as experienced by 26 women in their families of origin and how this may have impacted their current sense of ...
A qualitative analysis of mothers' perceptions of family life and work life satisfaction
The following qualitative study analyzed family life and work life satisfaction perceptions of employed mothers with young children. The purpose of the study was to examine family life satisfaction, work life ...