Artículo de revista
Future role expectations of undergraduate chilean students Expectativas de roles futuros de estudiantes universitarios en chile
Universitas Psychologica, Volumen 11, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 405-414
Leiva, Pedro I.
This study reviews the future roles expectations in a sample of 522 young undergraduate students in Santiago, Chile. In order to do that it was administered the adaptation of the instrument (The Life Role Salience Scales [LRSS]; Amatea, Cross, Clark & Bobby, 1986) that assessed men's and women's personal expectations concerning life roles: occupational, marital, parental and homecare roles. As well the level of Valoric Conservatism (VC) was measure (Contreras & Plaza, 2004), and socio-demographic data. Regression analysis showed a male's bigger preference for work and marital roles than women. VC influenced the expectations for marital, parental and home-care roles, but it didn't influenced work role.