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Title: SELF-PERCEPTION OF FEMALE EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATORS IN NIGERIA-A SOCIOLOGICAL VIEW POINT
Authors: IFEDILI, C.J.
Keywords: Self-perception
Female Educational Administrators
Nigeria
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Journal of International Women’s Studies, USA
Series/Report no.: Vol.5;No.5
Abstract: The study investigated the self-perception of female educational administrators in public post-primary schools in Edo State, Nigeria. It examined the appointment of public post-primary educationaladministrators, determined by qualifications to the position and considered factors such as the future career aspirations of female administrators, resistance of men to women advancing to the field and stereotypes or discrimination. The instrument used in this study, titled Personnel Management Inventory (POI), was constructed by the researcher. It was validated using expert opinion approach. Major findings indicated that: Women were highly discriminated against in appointment and promotion, and Women were required to stay longer in service before they were appointed to the position of educational administrators. This study showed that there is gender discrimination and all policy makers, government and all concerned individuals who want the country to develop, therefore should discourage it
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1419
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