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Home Special Issues A Comparative Study to Assess the Psychosocial Problems among Adolscents of Selected Rural and Urban Schools of Kashmir
A Comparative Study to Assess the Psychosocial Problems among Adolscents of Selected Rural and Urban Schools of Kashmir
Title:      A Comparative Study to Assess the Psychosocial Problems among Adolscents of Selected Rural and Urban Schools of Kashmir
Categories:      Special Issues
JournalID:      18.01.114/20170404G
Editor:      [Author] Mr. Noorul Amin & Dr Muzamil Ahmad
ISSN:      2348-5396
Publisher:      RED'SHINE Publication. Inc
Publication date:      15 September, 2017
Edition:      2017
Number of pages:      88
Language:      English
Rating:      3.5 
Picture:      cover
Description:     

Background: Psychosocial problems have been identified as the vital among adolescent students at particular times when they enter their period of adolescence and are in the secondary and senior secondary schools. These psychosocial problems affect an adolescent in wide variety of settings and cause deterioration of their mental and social health. There were very few studies that have been conducted on psychosocial problems among adolescent students comparatively in rural and urban areas, particularly in the age group of 12-19 years in Kashmir. Objectives: the main objective of the study is to assess the Psycho-social Problems among adolescents of selected rural schools using Youth Self Report. Method:

The study was conducted by using descriptive method of research design. The sample consists of 100 adolescent boys and 100 adolescent girls from selected schools of urban and rural areas. The convenient sampling method was used to select the participants for this study both in rural and urban schools of Kashmir vale. Moreover, the tool used for this study was Youth Self Report developed by Thomas M Achenbach and C.S Edelbrock. The principals of the selected schools were requested to grant Permission for data collection. Data was collected by using Youth self-report which has 70 negatively stated statements each having option of never, sometimes, often having 0, 1 and 2 as score respectively; thus having 140 maximum score. Results: Results of the study indicated that psycho-social problems were present in the adolescent of selected rural and urban schools. Adolescents of rural schools were more affected than the urban areas. There was significant association of baseline characteristics with psycho-social problems in rural area while as gender and type of family had no significant association with psycho-social problems of adolescents of selected urban schools. Female adolescents were more in percentage than males having impairment. Rural females had more Psychosocial problems than urban female adolescents. 60 % of Adolescents in selected rural schools were having Psycho-Social Problems and were said to be impaired and only 40% of the adolescents were well adjusted. 43% of Adolescents in selected urban schools were having Psycho-Social Problems and were said to be impaired and only 57% of the adolescents were well adjusted. The means and percentage of the Psycho-social problem score of adolescents of rural (60%, 40.75) and urban schools (43%, 34.80) it can be concluded that adolescents of the selected schools living in the rural areas particularly those studied have more Psycho-Social Problems as compared to the Adolescents in the selected schools living in the urban areas of Kashmir valley. There is significant difference between Psycho-social problems of female adolescents of urban and rural areas and have been statistically proved by t test having value of 2.76 thus p<0.05.

Key words:

Psycho-social Problems, adolescents, rural schools, urban schools,

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