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2004

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California State University, San Bernardino

Quantitative study

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Correlations Between Self-Esteem And Self-Efficacy Among Master Of Social Work Students And Bachelor Of Social Work Students, Sheila Joy Umeda, Amy Marie Edmonds Jan 2004

Correlations Between Self-Esteem And Self-Efficacy Among Master Of Social Work Students And Bachelor Of Social Work Students, Sheila Joy Umeda, Amy Marie Edmonds

Theses Digitization Project

This purpose of the present study is to examine the correlations between self-esteem and self-efficacy among undergrade and graduate level social work students in order to determine how perceived self-esteem affects student's ability to perform job tasks.


Perceptions Of Childcare Workers About Components Of Effective Care In Group Homes, Vanessa Evette Moreno, Tyler Scott St. Clair Jan 2004

Perceptions Of Childcare Workers About Components Of Effective Care In Group Homes, Vanessa Evette Moreno, Tyler Scott St. Clair

Theses Digitization Project

The purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness of care proviided to children in group homes in San Bernardino County. In an effort to better understand the effetiveness of care, childcare workers were interviewed on their perceptions of the components of effective care for children in group homes.