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Comparative Study

| Published: May 08, 2019

A Study of Life Satisfaction among Working and Non-Working Mothers

Dr. M.G. Mansuri

Associate Professor, Nalini Arvind Arts College, Dept of psychology, Saradar Patel University, V.V nagger, Anand, India Google Scholar More about the auther

, Ms Avnika.S. Barad

Ph.D scholar, Dept of psychology, Saradar Patel University, V.V nagger, Anand, India Google Scholar More about the auther

DIP: 18.01.039/20190702

DOI: 10.25215/0702.039

ABSTRACT

The present study aims at assessing the comparative study of life satisfaction among working and non-working mothers. The sample included total of 120 working and non-working mothers’ of25-40 and 41-55 years. Data was collected with help of the inventory of Q.C Alam and R. Shreevastav`s life satisfaction scale, means and SD were computed and‘t’ test applied. There is no significant difference between working and non-working  mothers as far as there concerned(t=1.26) second result also suggest there is no significant difference between 25-40 and 41-55 years of working woman as far as there life satisfaction is concerned (t=0.98). There is no significant difference between 25-40 and 41-55 years of non-working  mothers as far as there life satisfaction is concerned (t=0.36). there is no significant difference between 25-40 years working and 25-40 years non-working  mothers as far as there life satisfaction is concerned (t=1.47) there is no significant difference between 41-55years working woman and 41-55years non-working  mothers as far as there life satisfaction is concerned (t=0.25) there is no significant difference between 41-55 years working mothers and 25-40 years non-working  mothers as far as there life satisfaction is concerned (t=0.55) there is no significant difference between 25-40 years working mothers and 41-55 years non-working  mothers as far as there life satisfaction is concerned(t=1.41).

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ISSN 2348-5396

ISSN 2349-3429

18.01.039/20190702

10.25215/0702.039

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Published in   Volume 07, Issue 2, April-June, 2019