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Title: Effect of ethnicity sex and residence on certain psychological variables of unemployed youths
Researcher: Kausar Nigar
Guide(s): Sheetal S
Keywords: Social Sciences,Philosophy and Psychology,Psychology Psychoanalysis
University: Vinoba Bhave University
Completed Date: 2016
Abstract: newline The present research investigates the Social adjustment between tribal unemployed and non-tribal unemployed . In the present study the data was collected from Hazaribag District of Jharkhand. The study was done on the sample of 200 subjects both 100 tribal and 100 non-tribal unemployed. In this study a Social adjustment scale by R. C. Deva was used to collect data from the subjects. The result shows that tribal unemployed have high social adjustment (M=111.15)in comparison to non-tribal unemployed (M=97.51). The result further shows that male unemployed have high social adjustment (M= 112.08). In comparison to female unemployed (M=96.58). The result further shows that rural unemployed have high social adjustment(M=117.37)in comparison to urban unemployed (115.42). Further the present research investigates the Emotional competence between tribal and non-tribal unemployed. In this study a Emotional Competence scale by R.L. Bharadwaj was used to collect data from the subjects. The results shows that tribal unemployed have less emotional competence (100.85) in comparison to non-tribal unemployed (103.03). The result further shows that male unemployed have female unemployed have high emotional competence (113.01) in comparison to male unemployed (90.87). The result further shows that rural unemployed have have less emotional competence (97.62) in comparison to urban unemployed (106.26). Further the present research investigates the Depression between tribal and non-tribal unemployed. In this study a Depression scale is developed by Shamim Karim and Rma Tiwari was used to collect data from the subjects. The result shows that tribal unemployed have less depression (104.44) in comparison to non-tribal unemployed (121.72). The result further shows that male unemployed have less depression (104.17)in comparison to female unemployed (121.99). The result further shows that rural unemployed have high depression (117.37)in comparison to urban unemployed (115.42).
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/239202
Appears in Departments:University Department of Psychology

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