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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 6, Issue 3, Part F (2020)

Stress: Working and non-working women

Author(s)
Dr. Smritikana Ghosh
Abstract
The aim of the research was to study the stress in relation to working status. The present study was conducted on 100 women of Ranchi city, which 50 working and 50 non-working women. Stress scale developed and standardized by Singh (2004) were used for data collection. Statistical technique was used mean, standard deviation and t value. It had been revealed from the analysis and interpretations of the present study that non-working women have higher level stress as compared to working women. High stress among non-working women is may be due to the fact that non-working women occupy multiple roles which are inconsistent and create conflicting situations. Our society still demands the traditional roles of women as homemaker.
Pages: 375-377  |  135 Views  4 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Smritikana Ghosh. Stress: Working and non-working women. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(3):375-377.
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