The relationship among self construal, family functioning and sibling number in terms of gender in high school students

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2012
Mesutoğlu, Canan
The goal of the study was to understand the nature of the relationship among self construal, family functioning and sibling number in terms of gender. Five hundred twenthy-nine high school students participated in the study. Participants were selected from seven general public high schools in Ankara. Data was gathered via Personal Information Questionnaire, Autonomous-Related Self in the Family Scale (Kağıtçıbağı, 2007a) and Family Assessment Device (Epstein, Balwin & Bishop 1983). Results of the study indicated that, for both genders, relational selfconstruals had significant correlations with healthy family functioning. It was also evidenced that autonomous self-construal scores of males were significantly higher than females and related self construal scores of females were significantly higher than males. Furthermore the family functioning dimensions that families tend to be v healthy or unhealthy were displayed. All findings were dicussed in line with the relevant literature.

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C. Mesutoğlu, “The relationship among self construal, family functioning and sibling number in terms of gender in high school students,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2012.