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Vol. 8, Issue 8 (2019)

Influence of demographic characteristics on sibling relationship of singletons

Author(s):
Madhumati K Mantur and Sunanda ITAGI
Abstract:
Research on “Influence of demographic characteristics on sibling relationship of singletons.” was conducted during 2016 at UAS Dharwad. Sibling Relationship Checklist was used to assess sibling relationship for a sample of 78 singletons (Brothers, sisters or brother-sister) from the Hubli and Dharwad cities. Snow ball sampling method was used to select respondents with age ranged 10 to 24 years. The demographic characteristics include personal, parental and familial characteristics. The study revealed that age was not significantly correlated with their sibling relationship. Education has no association as well as relation with sibling relationship of singletons. There was significant association as well as relationship was found between first borns and later borns. Indicating that first borns had healthy sibling relationship than later borns. Family size was significantly correlated with sibling relationship of singletons. Indicating that large family size stimulates higher sibling relationship among singletons. Parental education, occupation and socio-economic status were not much influencing the sibling relationship.
Pages: 69-75  |  100 Views  2 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Madhumati K Mantur and Sunanda ITAGI. Influence of demographic characteristics on sibling relationship of singletons. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2019; 8(8): 69-75.
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