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Title: Effect of Maternal Work Conditions on Personality Development of Children
Researcher: Sheema Mushtaq
Guide(s): Khan, Nilofer and Darzi, Mushtaq Ahmad
Keywords: Working Women, Childcare, Personality Development
University: University of Kashmir
Completed Date: 2015
Abstract: Healthy home environment and good interaction with parents especially mother, is very important for proper development and well-being of children and thereby for the proper personality development. The separation of mothers from their children for long period of time especially during early childhood may also have an effect. Mother s experience at work plays an important role in development of children. Working women s time and conditions at work place, job autonomy levels, time spent with children, stress of work etc. all have an effect on personality development of their children. As stressful jobs have rapidly increased over the years, women find it difficult to balance between working conditions and rearing of children. Children of working mothers are usually placed in group childcare at a very early age which results in receiving less one-on-one attention and care. This has significant personality development effect later in their childhood. A need was hence felt to go into the study entitled, Effect of maternal work conditions on personality development of children . newlineThe study has been confined to working conditions of mothers and personality development of children (3-6 years) in Kashmir division. A detailed study has been undertaken to study the effect of mother s job on cognitive development, non-cognitive development and academic achievement of children. The problems faced by working women in upbringing their children effectively and the mechanism evolved by them to cope up with the occupational stress, was also studied. Both the primary as well as secondary data was used to obtain the desired information. The secondary data was collected from journals, books, newspapers etc. The primary data for the study was obtained by collecting information from working mothers about their working conditions and its impact on personality of their children. Purposive sampling technique was used to select 400 working mothers and their 400 children. The sample of working women was drawn from four sectors...........
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