| Published: September 25, 2016
Aggression and Frustration among Rural and Urban Secondary School Students
The present study aimed to assess the aggression and frustration level among rural and urban secondary school students. It was hypothesized that rural and urban secondary school students differ significantly on aggression and frustration. In order to verify the above hypotheses a sample of 120 students were selected from secondary schools. The sample includes equal size of rural (N=60) and urban (N=60) students. To aggression scale developed by Pal and Naqvi (1986) and the Frustration Scale developed by Chauhan & Tiwari (1999) was used. This scale was administered individually to the subjects. The data were subjected to ‘t’ analyses and the major findings of the study revealed that: rural students (mean=52.10) have more aggression then urban students (mean=47.89) of secondary school. There is 0.05 level significant differences between rural and urban students of secondary school on aggression. On frustration variable rural students (mean=50.05) have more frustration then urban students (mean=49.94) of secondary school, but they is no significant difference between both the group.
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© 2016 I M Patil
Received: July 17, 2016; Revision Received: August 12, 2016; Accepted: September 25, 2016
Published in Volume 03, Issue 4, July-September, 2016