Date of Award

4-1-1984

Degree Type

Thesis

University or Center

Atlanta University (AU)

School

School of Social Work

Degree Name

M.S.W.

First Advisor

Mamie Dalington

Abstract

This study attempted to answer two basic research questions: (1) is there a significant relationship between the self-esteem (high or low) and the congruence of "ideal" and "real" career choices. (2) is the congruence of "ideal" and "real" career choices higher among Black women with high self-esteem than among those with low self-esteem. Linear Correlations Coefficient was used to analyze the study data

The major finding of the study was as follows: there existed no significant difference between the self-esteem (high or low) and the congruence of "ideal" and "real" career choices among Black women.

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