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| Published: December 30, 2019

Social intelligence and self-esteem among working and non-working women

Dr. Hosamani Marilingappa

Asst Prof of psychology, PG Coordinator, Maharani Women’s Art’s, Commerce and Management College Google Scholar More about the auther

DIP: 18.01.104/20190704

DOI: 10.25215/0704.104

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The study was conducted on 100 women, working and non-working women (N=50 each) to measure the difference of social intelligence among working and non-working women, to measure the difference of self-esteem among working and non-working women, and to measure the correlation between social intelligence and self-esteem. The sample group which was selected validates the first hypothesis which states “There is significant difference in social intelligence among working and non-working women.” The group also validates the second hypothesis which states that “There is significant difference in self-esteem among working and non-working women.” The sample group does not validate the third hypothesis which states that “There is no significant difference between social intelligence and self-esteem among working and non-working women.” The groups reject the fourth hypothesis which states that “Social intelligence and self-esteem are high in working women than non-working women”

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ISSN 2348-5396

ISSN 2349-3429

18.01.104/20190704

10.25215/0704.104

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Published in   Volume 07, Issue 4, October-December, 2019