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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 7, Issue 11, Part C (2021)

A comparative study of adolescent’s Personality headed by different types of families: With special reference; Capital of India

Author(s)
KM Rubi
Abstract
India has a rich culture of Kutumb system, recognized as joint families. This helps the family members to sustain a life with kinship grouping living together under one roof. This type of tradition provides a healthy and sound family environment to nourish the children mentally, physically and economically in a strong manner and also get to know about values and traditions of the society from their grandparents and elders of the family (Mangal, 2010). But scenario is changing day by day due to need of the day. India is in process of becoming developed country in place of developing (lumen, 2020). Urbanization and inclusion of westernization for coping with other countries had its influence on the basic structure of the Indian family structure. The breaking down of the joint family into smaller unites, has become essential due to so many circumstances and conditions (Shaikh, 6 july 2017). Now a day’s one of the most family structure also rapidly growing up in Indian society i.e. single parent families. If we go into the deep these kinds of families also has so many genuine reasons to increase the number. Single parenthood is a phenomenon that has always been in existence and is as old as mankind. (Udisi, 2016). This study focused on the adolescent’s personality of nourished with different kind of families (single mothers, single fathers and nuclear families) in India. A total of 450 adolescents were selected purposive sampling method. For data collection three static group designs were followed by researcher i.e. single Mother (150), Single father (150) and intact families (150). Research tool for Data collection is R.B. Cattell and revised by Mahesh Bhargva’s 16 PF scale. As statistical technique ANOVA were used for analysis.
Pages: 184-187  |  152 Views  4 Downloads
How to cite this article:
KM Rubi. A comparative study of adolescent’s Personality headed by different types of families: With special reference; Capital of India . Int J Appl Res 2021;7(11):184-187. DOI: 10.22271/allresearch.2021.v7.i11c.9128
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