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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part C (2017)

Assessment of depression and socio-economic status of tribal and non-tribal widowed and divorced working women

Author(s)
Dr. Meera Manjul
Abstract
This study attempted to investigate the direction and magnitude of the relationship of depression with socio-economic status in reference to widowed and divorced women. The total sample N=100 {widow=50 (25 tribal+25 non-tribal); divorced=50(25 tribal+25 non-tribal)} was given Socio-Economic Status Scale of Pareek and Trivedi (1964) and Beck’s Depression Inventory (1961). Correlation, regression and t-test were performed. The findings revealed that depression is negatively and significantly correlated with socio-economic status having differences between widow and divorced as well as tribal and non-tribal widow and divorced women.
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Dr. Meera Manjul. Assessment of depression and socio-economic status of tribal and non-tribal widowed and divorced working women. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(2):167-169.
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