Rodman, Hyman

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TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Work and family : a baseline study of the relative importance of the perception of organizational equity and job satisfaction to the occupational involvement of middle managers 1983 111 The long-range purpose of this study was to clarify the variables associated with work effort in order to provide baseline data for future investigation of the linkages between work roles and family roles. The subjects were 477 middle managers from f...
Conjugal roles : relationship to employment of domestic help and marital satisfaction 1982 167 The major purpose of this study was to investigate factors that may relate to method of conjugal role allocation—segregated or joint —in the areas of marital decision making, household task performance, and use of leisure time. Data were taken from a...
The effects of support networks, marital satisfaction, and stressor events on the noncancerous spouse's perceived state of health 1983 147 The purpose of this investigation was to examine the relationships between the following: 1) support networks and the noncancerous spouse's perceived state of health, 2) marital satisfaction and the noncancerous spouse's perceived state of health, 3)...
The social meaning of offensive sexual behaviors : an exploratory study 1979 76 The purpose of the investigation was to explore variables associated with the social processes involved in a female's perception of and reaction to offensive sexual behavior, particularly as those social processes assist in giving meaning to experien...
Family transition : development, implementation and evaluation of a correspondence program for families of elderly nursing home residents 1983 78 The Family Transition Project was established in order to examine the effects of participation in a correspondence program on elements that might be expected to contribute to the satisfaction of family caregivers. It was hypothesized that participati...
Openness versus secrecy in adoptive parenthood 1984 43 In recent years there has been much debate about providing adult adoptees access to information from their original birth certificates and to other background information once considered to be confidential. The overall purpose of this study was to in...
Professional judgments of neglect in child self-care (latchkey) arrangements : a field experiment 1985 23 One hundred eighty child protection workers participated in a field experiment to investigate the effects of selected characteristics of self-care (latchkey) arrangements on professional judgments of neglect. Two independent variables, age of child a...
The effects of self-care and adult-care arrangements on elementary school children's adjustment, achievement, and attendance 1986 59 This study investigated the effects of self-care and adult-care arrangements on elementary school children's social and psychological adjustment, achievement on standardized tests, and school attendance. The study also explored related research quest...
Factors influencing hypothetical care decisions concerning dependent elderly parents 1987 47 The purpose of this exploratory research was to identify the most significant factors influencing adult children in making a hypothetical choice between institutional versus noninstitutional care arrangements for their dependent elderly parents. A st...
Mothers' perceptions of children's age of maturity : an exploratory study 1987 21 This study examined the construct of perceived age of maturity. Mothers' perceptions of normative capabilities are presumed to influence their child rearing decisions. Responses were collected with the Perceived Age of Maturity (PAM) Scale, developed...
The effect of a miscarriage patient's age and parity status on nurses' emotional care 1988 29 Three hundred nine obstetrical nurses participated in an experimental study to investigate the effects of situational variables on nurses' emotional care. Two independent variables, woman's age and parity status, were tested. Three levels of woman's ...
The antecedents and correlates of the use of self-care for school-age children 1989 44 The objectives of this study were to: 1) Describe patterns of use of self-care among families participating in a longitudinal study of maternal-child interaction, 2) Propose a conceptual model to explain family choice of selfcare, and 3) Develop and ...
Type and frequency of children's fears : a comparison of self-care and adult-care children 1989 27 Self-care and adult-care children were compared on the frequency with which they reported experiencing fear, on the types of fears that they reported having, and on how they coped with fear. Responses were obtained from 72 matched pairs of self-care ...
Developing a model to test the predictors and consequences of the amount of time school-age children spend in self-care 1989 40 The purpose of this study was to develop and test a model of the predictors and consequences of the amount of time children (in Grades K-6) spend in self-care. Specifically, this study investigated the role of parents' perceptions as predictors of th...
Neonatologists' judgments regarding medical treatment for disabled newborns with life-threatening conditions 1990 25 States government developed a policy that placed stricter limits on physicians' and parents' decisions about when they could withhold medical treatment for disabled newborns with life-threatening conditions. This study investigated neonatologists' ju...
After-school activities and care arrangements of early adolescents : an exploratory study 1991 49 This study examined the after-school activities and care arrangements of 10- to 14-year-old early adolescents. It investigated the type and extent of several after-school activities and care arrangements as well as amounts of time spent in each by ch...
Social isolation and telephone contact of self-care children : an exploratory study 1992 20 The study addressed two questions about school-age children who care for themselves during the time that school is out and their parents are at work. The first was, "To what extent are self-care children socially isolated?" and the second was, "What ...
The relationship of social class and other variables to parental acceptance among foster parents 1977 17 The purpose of the present study was to investigate the relationship of social class and other characteristics of foster parents to the parental acceptance of foster children. Foster parents involved in a larger study were asked to complete the Famil...