A descriptive study of self-concept of femininity in women having tubal ligations
Lester, Suzanne Carden-Beaver
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The problem investigated in this study was to identify changes which occur in self-concept of femininity following tubal ligation. Purposes evolved in this study included description of self-concept of femininity in subjects prior to elective tubal ligation, and a description of this same variable two weeks following tubal ligation. The results of data obtained were examined and any differences noted. The population included women taken from the surgical schedule of the participating agency. A convenience sample was obtained. Raw scores from the tool administered were subjected to a median chi-square analysis. Data tabulated proved no significance was noted in self-concept of femininity in women following elective tubal ligation.