| Published: June 25, 2020
Comparison of relocation effects on personality, emotion and behaviour among male and female military children
Relocation means frequent shifting of residence depending upon the assignment allotted to the military personal, resulting in shifting of family as well. Which means shift of environment in 2-3 years. The aim of the research is to compare and find a relationship between personality, emotion and behaviour among male and female military children on account of frequent shifting of residence. The data was collected from military children with more than 3 shifting of residence, further being a gender specific study, the data was segregated into two groups i.e male and female. Questionnaire used for the study were Big five factor Inventory (BFI-5) and strengths and difficulty questionnaire (SDQ). To test the hypothesis t-test and correlation was used. The findings were a) p-value was >0.05 for correlation between personality, emotions and behaviour among females which states no significant relationship. B) p-value was <0.05 for correlation between personality, emotion and behaviour among males which states a significant relationship. C) p-value was <0.05 for t-test between male and female personality resulting in significant difference. D) p-value was <0.05 for t-test between male and female emotion and behaviour resulted in significant difference.
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© 2020, G Rasyara
Received: April 08, 2020; Revision Received: May 16, 2020; Accepted: June 25, 2020
Published in Volume 08, Issue 2, April- June, 2020