March 23, 2017
Emotional Intelligence and Self Esteem in Male and Female School Students
The aim of the research is to investigate that emotional intelligence and self-esteem in male and female school students. The present research design is research cross sectional design. Sample contained 200 students (100 =male, 100= female) (mean age = 14.16, SD = 0.740) all belonging to the upper, middle and lower Scio economic status. Whole sample was collected from different schools of Karachi, Pakistan with the help of convenient sampling technique. First, the confidentiality about the participants demographic information was assured after that about the purpose and procedure of research explained to participants. The participants who given consent of participation in research, the demographic form, Urdu version of Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale (Rosenberg, 1965), and Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire (TEIQue) (K.V. Petrides) were administered on them. Statistical Analysis (t-Test for independent) applied to assess the difference of emotional intelligence and self esteem among male and female.The results reveals there is significant difference among emotional intelligence of male and female school students (t (198) = 6.597, P< .05) and there is also significant difference in self esteem of male and female school students (t (198) = 2.837, P< .05).
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© 2017 Bukhari S, Fatima S, Rashid A, Saba F
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Bukhari S, Fatima S, Rashid A, Saba F (2017), Emotional Intelligence and Self Esteem in Male and Female School Students, International Journal of Indian Psychology, Volume 4 (2) DIP: 18.01.153/20170402 , DOI: 10.25215/0402.153
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