June 29, 2017
Locus of Control, Insecurity, Lifestyle and Psychologica Adjustment: A Comparative Study of Joint and Nuclear Family of College Students
Jayesh L. Gavit
Locus of Control, Insecurit Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Pramukh Swami Science and H.D.Patel Arts College, Kadi, Mahesana, Indiay, Lifestyle, Psychological Adjustment, Joint and Nuclear Family, College Students
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The purpose of the present study was to investigate the impact of Joint and Nuclear Family of the college students on Locus of Control, Insecurity, Locus of Control, Insecurity, Lifestyle and Psychological Adjustment in perspective to Joint and Nuclear Family. The sample for the study comprised of 300 Joint and 300 Nuclear Family of college students from South Gujarat region. Joint and Nuclear Family of College students were selected from various faculties Arts, Commerce and Science colleges in South Gujarat. Personal data sheet and Rotter’s Locus of Control Scale, Bina Shah’s Insecurity Scale, Bava and Kaur Lifestyle Scale and Bell’s Psychological Adjustment scale were used to collect the required data. ‘t’ Test was applied to analyses the data. The Joint and Nuclear Family were considered as independent variables and Locus of Control, Insecurity, Lifestyle and Psychological Adjustment as dependent variables. To examine the hypothesis ‘t’ test statistical method was used. Results revealed that not found significant difference between Joint and Nuclear Family of College students with reference to Locus of Control, Insecurity, Lifestyle and Psychological Adjustment.
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Gavit J (2017), Locus of Control, Insecurity, Lifestyle and Psychological Adjustment: A Comparative Study of Joint and Nuclear Family of College Students, International Journal of Indian Psychology, Vol. 4 (3), DIP:18.01.242/20170403,DOI: 10.25215/0403.242
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