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Vol. 9, Issue 3 (2020)

The effects of family type on adolescents’ personality among families of different social class

Author(s):
Arti Kumari
Abstract:
The current study assessed the effects of family types on adolescents’ personality among families of G.B.P.U.A. &T., pantnagar. The sample for the present study consists of 160 respondents from four different social classes include class I, class II, class III and class IV of G.B.P.U.A. &T., university. The sample comprised of 160 adolescents’ selected randomly from government and private schools of pantnagar and this sample consists of 40 adolescents’ from each social class. Adolescents were selected using simple random sampling technique. Self designed socio-demographic questionnaire and Multi-Dimensional Assessment of Personality questionnaire respectively used for data collection. ANOVA test was employed to find out the significance difference in effects of family types on adolescents’ personality among families of G.B.P.U.A. &T., across social class. Results revealed that adolescent’s personality differs significantly across social classes. Respondent showed high significant difference in the domains academic achievement, competition, creativity, enthusiasm, excitability, general ability, guilt proneness, individualism, innovation, maturity, mental health, morality, self control, sensitivity, social sufficiency, social warmth and tension with their relation across family type of class I and II as compared to class III and IV. Whereas, adaptability, boldness and leadership among family types of class III and class IV have high level of significant difference.
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Arti Kumari. The effects of family type on adolescents’ personality among families of different social class. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(3):580-584.
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