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Unformatted text preview: developed by Okurame was used to measure informal mentoring functions that a subject felt they had received from a mentor. After tabulating and analyzing data, the results showed that female mentors provided more psychosocial functions to their protgs than male mentors did and their was no significant difference in the career development functions provided by both sexes. Okurame presented not only his own findings, but numerous findings of other studies and theories. He gave a detailed introduction which cited many credible sources along with the discussion which compared his findings to findings of other studies. He also gave a detailed description of how the study was done with excellent detail. Okurame, D.E. (2007), "Perceived mentoring functions: does mentor's gender matter?", Women in Management Review , Vol.22, pp.418-427...
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