TITLE

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VALUES AND ADJUSTMENT AMONG MARRIED AND UNMARRIED STUDENTS

AUTHOR(S)
RAJ, H. SAM SANANDA; SAJEENA, A. J.
PUB. DATE
June 2013
SOURCE
Indian Streams Research Journal;Jun2013, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The present investigation was intended to find out the differences between married and unmarried students in different components of values and adjustment. The investigation also aims at finding out the correlations among the component variables mentioned above. The study was done on 70 students, out of which 35 were married and 35 unmarried and was selected using stratified sampling method. 'General Adjustment Inventory' and 'Study of Values' were given to assess the variables. Statistical techniques like Pearson Product-Moment Correlation Method and t-test were used. Pearson Product-Moment correlation results of the study indicated marked relationship between a few of the sub-variables of values and adjustment. The t-test results revealed that there was no significant difference between married and unmarried students in values and adjustment. Most of the correlations obtained among the variables under study were found to be significant.
ACCESSION #
87978653

 

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