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| Published: February 15, 2019

Liaison in Religiosity and Emotional Intelligence with a Perspective on Female High Schoolers and Undergraduates in Influencing Coping

Dr. Emilda Judith Ezhil Rajan

Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Psychology, Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India Google Scholar More about the auther

DIP: 18.01.037/20190701

DOI:10.25215/0701.037

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India is a country where in religion, spirituality and faith are great part of one’s self and family. It forms the integral part of every one’s life directly or in directly.  The study aims to identify its role in relation to an individual’s emotional intelligence. Religiosity is a key factor in how individual beliefs are integrated, developed and also maintained. This is an important aspect in the individual’s development of self and his or her place in the social striate. The convenience of coping with daily life also is adjunct factor to that of one’s emotional intelligence and faith based guidance. The study was conducted among 30 high school students and 30 Post graduate students studying professional course. They were evaluated on the Idea of religiosity and emotional intelligence and the variations in their coping ability. The sample was taken within Chennai in a singular school and a singular college, the sample consisted for female students. Voluntary consent was given by each participant. The informant consent for the school students was obtained from each parent. The findings have shown that there in indeed variation in how ones regions and spiritual composition shift on graduating from adolescents to young adults. There is also marked changes in ones. 
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Dr. Emilda Judith Ezhil Rajan @ judy.emilda@gmail.com

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ISSN 2348-5396

ISSN 2349-3429

DIP: 18.01.037/20190701

DOI:10.25215/0701.037

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Published in   Volume 07, Issue 1, January-March, 2019

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