Effects of Gender Stereotyping in Career Choices of the Students of Ramon Magsaysay Technological University School Year 2012-2013

[Authors: Ricky S. Barrera, Mary Joyce M. Myers, Eizel R. Elgincolin, Jenilyn T. Edpalina, Novrina Bigilda A. Orge, Ed.D., 2013] This study aimed to determine the effects of gender stereotyping in career choices of the students of Ramon Magsaysay Technological University for the School Year 2012-2013. Specifically, it aimed to determine the profile of the respondents in terms of age, sex; course; and socio-economic status, significant effects of gender stereotyping in career choice of students as perceived by the respondents, and the significant difference in the perception of the respondents towards the effects of gender stereotyping in career choice of students when grouped according to sex variable. The researchers established the following working hypotheses; (1) gender stereotyping has no significant effect in career choices of students; and (2) there is no significant difference in the perception of respondents towards the effects of gender stereotyping in career choices of students when grouped according sex variable. This study made use of the descriptive type of research. This is used to determine the effects of gender stereotyping in career choices of students in Ramon Magsaysay Technological University. Best (1981) defines descriptive method as a tool that describes and interprets the conditions of relationships


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