12 maternal employment - SELF-ASSESSMENT Maternal...

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S ELF -A SSESSMENT : Maternal Employment Scale Directions: Using the following scale, please mark a number on the blank next to each statement to indicate how strongly you agree or disagree with it. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Disagree Disagree Disagree Agree Agree Agree Very Strongly Strongly Slightly Slightly Strongly Very Strongly 1. Children are less likely to form a warm/secure relationship with a mother who is working full-time outside the home. 2. Children whose mothers work are more independent and able to do things for themselves. 3. Working mothers are more likely to have children with psychological problems than mothers who do not work outside the home. 4. Teenagers get into less trouble with the law if their mothers do not work full-time outside the home. 5. For young children, working mothers are good role models for leading busy and productive lives. 6. Boys whose mothers work are more likely to develop respect for women.
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