Parental and Marital Roles, Career Aspirations and Attitudes towards Marriage Among Young Women in Greece

By Marios Vryonides.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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This paper examines young women’s attitudes towards parental and marital roles, their attitudes towards marriage and their career aspirations. The relationships between measures of these attitudes are investigated.

Keywords: Marital Roles, Parental Roles, Career Aspirations, Attitudes towards Marriage, Young Women, Gender

International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 2, pp.121-130. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.785MB).

Dr. Marios Vryonides

Dr Marios Vryonides is a Sociologist of Education and has taught at Anglia Polytechnic University (now Anglia Ruskin University) and at the Institute of Education – University of London, UK. Currently he is teaching at the Department of Sciences in Pre-School Education and in Educational Design, University of the Aegean, Rhodes- Greece. He is teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate programs of study and his research interests focus on contemporary sociological theory, social and cultural capital, education and social reproduction, gender issues, quantitative and qualitative research methods. At present he is conducting research on parents’ aspirations for their children’s educational and occupational prospects, on young people’s attitudes towards marital and parental roles and on time management in postgraduate studies by e-learning.


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