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Title: Influence of organisational climate on the prevalence of moral values among the higher secondary students in Chennai city
Researcher: Maxwell Benjamin, B
Guide(s): Anandan, K
Keywords: Education
higher secondary students
Upload Date: 7-Nov-2012
University: Bharathidasan University
Completed Date: June, 2011
Abstract: Today?s young people are facing innumerable Value Problems. Do the School and Home Environment help to develop Moral Values among children? Thus, this study attempts to ascertain influence of Organizational Climate on the prevalence of Moral Values among the Higher Secondary students in Chennai city. The investigator suitably located and identified 44 related studies. Out of this, 24 studies were conducted in India and 20 studies were conducted in abroad. In this study Stratified Random Sampling Technique was followed and the data were collected from 1446 students in 20 schools. The present study belongs to Normative Survey research. The variables used in the study were Moral Values, Academic Achievement, Organizational Climate: School Climate and Home Environment and Demographic Variables: Sex, Parent?s Educational Qualification, Parent?s Profession, Parent?s Monthly Income, Type of Management, Type of School and Major subject groups. Tools used in the study were Questionnaire developed by the investigator to measure the Moral Values among school students and two Standardized Tools used to measure Organizational Climate known as School Environment Inventory and Home Environment Inventory. Different statistical measures were used in the study for finding out solutions to the problems. The Statistical Techniques were: Mean Average, Mean, Standard Deviation, ?t? test and correlation co-efficient ?r?. The major findings are: the children have good Moral Values and normal Academic Achievements irrespective of High, Moderate and Low School Climate and Home Environment. The Female students have better Moral Values and Academic Achievements than the Male students.
Pagination: 255p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/5067
Appears in Departments:Department of Educational Technology

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