| Published: June 25, 2016
Masculine and Feminine Traits Perception of MBA Students
This is an exploratory Ex-post facto research orientation with the aim was to study the gender differences in perception of masculine and feminine qualities for Male and Female MBA Students. It also hypothesized to know the significant difference among Males and Females in perception of Masculine qualities, Males and Females in perception of Feminine qualities, masculine traits for MBA and Female Students, Male and Female successful Managers, feminine traits for MBA Male and Female students and successful Male and Female Managers, significant interaction effects of gender and target person (male and female MBA student’s Male and Female successful managers) on perception of masculine traits and significant interaction effects of gender and target person on perception of feminine traits. In this study, 40 subjects (male and female MBA students) .Subjects were assessed using Adjective checklist (Zaidi and Agrawal, 2003 doctoral work in progress) contains 80 qualities.43 males and 43 females by Harrison Gough Adjective Checklist The results of the study reveals that the perception of the male MBA students was found to be non-significant for both individual and interactive levels. This suggests that the male student perceive that no change at the organizational level is wanted in order of better functioning. They perceive the same traits for the successful managers for themselves as for they for female managers.
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© 2016 I J Bharti, S Rao
Received: April 18, 2016; Revision Received: May 21, 2016; Accepted: June 25, 2016
Published in Volume 03, Issue 3, April-June, 2016