Bata-bata, paano ka daw yayaman: A qualitative study on parental influences on children's concept of career and money
Date of Publication
Bachelor of Arts Major in Psychology
College of Liberal Arts
Awarded as best thesis, 2008
Melissa Lucia L. Reyes
Defense Panel Member
May-ann Garo Santiago
The research study examined the alignment of parents' socio-economic status, specifically low socio-economic status, middle socio-economic status and high socio-economic status, and workplace experience with their emerging adult children's concept of career and finance, career choice and career goals. The study is descriptive and qualitative in nature eighteen pairs of in-depth interviews with eighteen parents and eighteen emerging adults totaling in thirty-six interviews combined were conducted to gather relevant data for research study. Using qualitative content analysis, the results showed that there were considerable differences in parental influence across different socio-economic status specifically in quality and extent of involvement, work philosophy and workplace experiences. There were differences in emerging adults' concept of career and finance, career choice and career goals. In summary, major differences among high, middle and low socio-economic classes depends on the access of the different resources available to them. Parental variables had influence on emerging adults' concept of career and finance, career choices and career goals.
Archives, The Learning Commons, 12F Henry Sy Sr. Hall
241 leaves ; 29 cm.
Figueroa, P., Ladrido, J., & Quintos, D. (2008). Bata-bata, paano ka daw yayaman: A qualitative study on parental influences on children's concept of career and money. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_honors/258