International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 8, Part M (2015)
Adjustment among Adolescent Girl Students of Secondary School with Respect to their type of Family
The present study aimed to determine the difference of adjustment between adolescents girls students of secondary schools with respect to their type of family. For that purpose eighty adolescent girl students were taken from the randomly selected secondary schools, out of which forty from nuclear families and forty from joint families. All the participants were administered the adjustment inventory for measurement of their social, emotional and educational adjustment. The obtained data were analyzed and interpreted using statistical tool such as mean, standard deviation and t – test. The present study concluded that adolescent girl students from nuclear and joint families differ significantly on their scores of social adjustment as well as emotional adjustment. The nuclear and joint families adolescent girl students do not differ significantly on their score of educational adjustment.
How to cite this article:
Krishna J Vaghela. Adjustment among Adolescent Girl Students of Secondary School with Respect to their type of Family. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(8):781-784.