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The Effect of Sex Role Attitude on Female Correction Officers

  • Crisisonomy
  • Abbr : KRCEM
  • 2013, 9(12), pp.217-232
  • Publisher : Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Praxis
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Policy > Public Policy in general

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1한국양성평등교육진흥원

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ABSTRACT

Despite the change called 'correctiveness movement' according to which an educational ideology of modern times, the status of female correction officers is somewhat limited due to role playing stereotype. From this research, I am intended to explore those factors that affect the role recognition of female correction officers so that we can make use of them as materials for female resource development. In return, they can be actively utilized in terms of job training, personnel management and welfare policies for female prison officers henceforward. As I've examined research results, a meaningful difference has been found in task role and group maintenance role according to general characteristics, but it has not been found in individual role. As I've performed multiple regression analysis to find out the influences that sex role attitude, cynicism of organizational culture and Androcentrism give to female correction officers' task role, group maintenance role and individual role. I've found that the less androcentric that there exists in a group of people and the lower academic background they are, they tend to have a higher task role recognition, and that female correction officers' task role recognition is much highly recognized by females as compared to males. In addition, it has been found that the less androcentric that there exists and the younger the age group is, the higher group maintenance recognition they have and that female correction officers' task role recognition is much highly recognized by females as compared to males. However, it has been impossible to have access to the one that influences female correction officers' individual role recognition.

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