SPSS data  Round 1 and Round 2. 136 Year 10 students, a few Year 11 students and Year 12 students.                                             
3hLevel of responsibility expected.(The variables in red with an "X" are from Round 1)
(The variables in green without an "X"

(except as part of the variable name)
are from Round 2)
Example:  

XSCHOOL
= School name.   Round 1.
  SCHOOL = School name.   Round 2.
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Round 1 and Round 2 data.

Comment: This variable gathers information about the students' eventual level of responsibility if successful in reaching their stated aspirations - their Expected Future Self. To be in a position of influence and responsibility in later life might be appealing and some students might remain motivated at an early stage in order to achieve a goal at a later stage in their lives. The probable level of responsibility was coded according to the following scale:
 

0 = No stated aspirations or no career/vocational choice made.
1 = Unskilled work or unspecified employment.
2 = Skilled work/trade qualifications/primary production.
3 = Professional/managerial.

Variables:

E_RESPON

E_XESPON





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