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Die verband tussen beroepsbesluitloosheid, vrees vir gebondenheid en beroepsidentiteit

L. J. Goosen, H. J. Brand
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology | Vol 23, No 2 | a623 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/sajip.v23i2.623 | © 1997 L. J. Goosen, H. J. Brand | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 24 June 1997 | Published: 24 June 1997

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L. J. Goosen, Universiteit van Stellenbosch, South Africa
H. J. Brand, Universiteit van Stellenbosch, South Africa

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Abstract

The relationship between career indecisiveness, fear for commitment and vocational identity. This study examined the correlation between the constructs career indecision, fear of commitment and vocational identity. Ninety-eight under-graduate university students served as research participants and completed the Career Decision Scale (CDS), the Vocational Identity Scale (VIS) and the Fear of Commitment Questionnaire (FOCQ). The results indicated that the scores on the CDS were significantly related (p is smaller than 0,05) to the scores on the VIS and the FOCQ. Support was obtained for the important role of the construct of identity in the explanation of career indecisiveness.

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In die onderhawige studie is die aard van die verband tussen die konstrukte beroepsbesluitloosheid, vrees vir gebondenheid en beroepsidentiteit ondersoek. Ag-en-egentig voorgraadse universiteitstudente is by die studie betrek. Die ondersoekgroep het die Career Decision Scale (CDS), die Vocational Identity Scale (VIS) en die Fear of Commitment Questionnaire (FOCQ) voltooi. Die resultate het aangetoon dat daar beduidende verband (p is kleiner as 0,05) tussen die verkree totaaltellings op die CDS, die VIS en die FOCQ bestaan het. Die belangrike rol wat die konstruk identiteit in die verklaring van beroepsbesluitloosheid speel word deur die bevindings van die onderhawige studie ondersteun.


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Beroepsbesluitloosheid; Vrees; Gebondenheid; Beroepsidentiteit

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