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1989;65:1275-1281.

Differentiating among three measures of career preference.

James D Brodzinski, Robert F Scherer, Karen A Goyer, Frank A Wiebe

UIID-EM: 16 Bookshelf ID: 1990-18710-001

Abstract

Investigated the dimensionality, reliability, and factor stability of 3 social-learning measures of education and training aspirations, career-entry expectations, and career task self-efficacy. Ss were 435 business administration students who were making career decisions. Results show career preference to be a multidimensional construct. The 3 social learning measures also showed a high degree of internal consistency and factor stability in relation to self-employment. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)

Keywords: dimensionality & reliability & factor stability of 3 social learning measures; assessment of preference for self employment; business administration students; Occupational Preference; Social Learning; Business Students

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