SPSS data  Round 1 and Round 2. 136 Year 10 students, a few Year 11 students and Year 12 students.                                             
4hLevel of responsibility
hoped-for.
(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 Hoped-for 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:

H_RESPON

H_XESPON





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