| Published: September 11, 2021
A Study on Altruism and Subjective Well-Being among Emerging Adults
Being altruistic is one of the basic human traits but not exhibited by all, it has the capacity to transform the life of the people. The study aimed to explore whether being altruistic and perceived subjective well-being of emerging adults are related and also to find whether gender difference exist in the research variables. The participants consisted of 200 male and female undergraduate College students. Data were analysed using Karl Pearson’s correlation. Results of the study indicated that there exists a significant relationship between altruism and Subjective Well-being. The study also revealed that the emerging adult did not differ based on gender on Subjective Well-being. Also, they differ based on gender on altruism.
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© 2021, Jeya Bala P, Maria Sneha S, Prizila S, Priya Dharshini S, A. Antony Rose Rashmi & J. Irin Jeya Sheela
Received: July 07, 2021; Revision Received: September 01, 2021; Accepted: September 11, 2021
Published in Volume 09, Issue 3, July- September, 2021