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Comparison of factors influencing mothers' perceptions about the futures of their adolescent children with and without disabilities.

By: Lehmann, Jean P.
Contributor(s): Roberto, Karen A.
Series: Mental Retardation 34 (1) February 1996: 27-28.Publisher: 1996Subject(s): MOTHERS | ADOLESCENTS | COMPARATIVE STUDIES | EDUCATIONAL ISSUES | EXPECTATIONS | FUTURE PROSPECTS | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | PERCEPTIONS | SOCIAL SKILLS | TRANSITION FROM SCHOOL TO ADULT LIFESummary: A qualitive methodology was used to compare specific experiences and ecological factors that 40 mothers perceived as influencing their expectations for their adolescents (20 with severe disabilities and 20 vocational education students with no documented disabilities). Analyses of all responses revealed that mothers identified many of the same factors as influcening perceptions about their adolescents futures.[AJ].
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A qualitive methodology was used to compare specific experiences and ecological factors that 40 mothers perceived as influencing their expectations for their adolescents (20 with severe disabilities and 20 vocational education students with no documented disabilities). Analyses of all responses revealed that mothers identified many of the same factors as influcening perceptions about their adolescents futures.[AJ].

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