Determining perception of physical education and sport students about requsite managerial characteristics and sex stereotypes

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2004
Pamuk, Seçil
This study was designed to explore the differences in the perception of sex role stereotypes in by 210 undergraduate physical education and sport students (from Metu, Gazi, Hacettepe, Ankara, Baskent) for successful middle manager, for successful middle male manager, and successful middle female manager among female and male subjects through the administration of Schein Descriptive Index (SDI) and to provide a comprehensive look at the requsite managerial caharacteristics for male and female managers.as a reult, Skilled in Business Matter, Competitive, Component, Speedy Recovery From Emotional Disturbance, Ambitious,Aware of Feelings of Others, Objective, Helpful, Well-informed items means of successful middle manager was significantly different than the means of successful middle women managers for females.Ambitious, Leadership Ability, Well-informed, Skilled in Business Matter, Intelligent, Logical, Analytical Ability, Able to Separate Feelings From Ideas items means of successful middle manager was significantly different than the means of successful middle women managers for males. Moreover, male and female subjects seem to value almost similar characteristics as "Characteristics" and "Not Characteristics". results indicated that, women were not rated as successful manager amd managerial characteristics were seen to characteristics of successful middle manager, more than successful female manager, also were seen to characteristics of successful managers more than women managers.

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S. Pamuk, “Determining perception of physical education and sport students about requsite managerial characteristics and sex stereotypes,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2004.