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Journal of Applied Sciences
  Year: 2009 | Volume: 9 | Issue: 22 | Page No.: 4038-4043
DOI: 10.3923/jas.2009.4038.4043
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Comparison Perfectionism and Self-Alienation in Working Women and Non-Working Women

Mohammad Narimani and Sajjad Basharpour

The current study has been conducted in order to comparing of perfectionism and self alienation in employed women and unemployed women. Statistical society of this study comprised of whole employed women in Ardabil City and the total of housekeeper women that had any job at out of home comprised normal society. Thirty employed women were selected randomly as a study group and 30 unemployed women were selected by this way as a comparison group. They were tested individually by perfectionism and self alienation questionnaire. Collected data were analyzed by MANOVA and regression and Pearson correlation tests. The results of multivariate variance (MANOVA) showed that there was no significant difference in positive perfectionism and social isolation between two groups. But there were significant differences between two groups at negative perfectionism and normlessness and powerlessness. The result of regression analysis showed that self alienation can explained about 15% variance of positive perfectionism and 13% variance of negative perfectionism.
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Mohammad Narimani and Sajjad Basharpour, 2009. Comparison Perfectionism and Self-Alienation in Working Women and Non-Working Women. Journal of Applied Sciences, 9: 4038-4043.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2009.4038.4043






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