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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52894
Doc. No:TL22848
Call number:‭3273842‬
Main Entry:Sondra Medina
Title & Author:The impact of motherhood on the professional lives of counselor education faculty: A phenomenological studySondra Medina
College:University of Northern Colorado
Date:2007
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2007
Page No:242
Abstract:Researchers have investigated the impact of women's work on parenting; however, scant research has been conducted to investigate the impact of motherhood on women's professional lives. Counselor educators who are mothers combine the gendered expectations for motherhood with the expectations for the profession. Prior researchers have documented that mothers were less likely to receive tenure and promotion than fathers. In addition, faculty mothers were responsible for more housework and childcare than faculty fathers. Counselor educator mothers, similar to mothers in other helping professions, utilize their training in attachment and development to build therapeutic relationships with clients and inform their training of students. In this study, ten counselor educators discussed the positive and negative impacts of motherhood on their professional lives. They also pondered their expectations for themselves as mothers and as professionals. Each participant was interviewed twice for a total of two hours. Data analysis was guided by constructionism, feminism, and phenomenology. Through phenomenological analysis of the interview transcripts, eight overall themes emerged. These themes were Support, Values Adjustment and Flexibility, Enhanced Professional Roles, Pressure, Gendered Expectations, Internal Characteristics, Family Visibility, and Responsibility.
Subject:Social sciences; Education; Psychology; Counselor education; Faculty; Motherhood; Professional lives; Academic guidance counseling; Occupational psychology; Families & family life; Personal relationships; Sociology; Higher education; 0745:Higher education; 0628:Sociology; 0628:Personal relationships; 0628:Families & family life; 0624:Occupational psychology; 0519:Academic guidance counseling
Added Entry:S. H. Magnuson, Heather
Added Entry:University of Northern Colorado