A Study of Self Concepts of the Adolescents

Khirade, Santosh K.
September 2012
Indian Streams Research Journal;Sep2012, Vol. 2 Issue 8, Special section p1
Academic Journal
The Present study is related to Self concept among the adolescent. The investigator assessed the Self concept adolescent boys and girls. 50 students were selected for this study. A test- Self concept questionnaire Scale by Dr .Raj Kumar Saraswat was given to them. The scale consists of 48 items. For testing the hypothesis of the study & drawing the inference from data collected't' test was used. The Major finding are: It is found that 70% students have above average self concept while 30% students have high self concept. It was also found that there is no Significant difference between the self concept of boys and girls & there is no significant difference between the physical, social, temperamental, educational, moral and Intellectual self-concept among the boys and girls adolescent students.


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