Problems of Child Rearing - A Comparative Study on Working and Non Working Women

1R. Jani Jasmine, Dr.H. Deepa

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Abstract:

This comparative study was undertaken to study about the problems of child rearing on working and non-working women. The sample of the study consist of 150 working women and 150 non-working women from Kanyakumari district While selecting the sample the weightage was given to factors such as age, location, religion, community and type of family. The normative survey method was used in this study. To collect data the interview technique was used to illiterate women and then questionnaire was given to literate women. The major statistical techniques used for the study are percentage, Arithmetic mean, standard deviation, t- test and ANOVA. The results shows that there existed significant difference between working and non-working women in their problems related with child rearing practises, health of children, educational assistance of their children, leisure time activities of their children. These results highlight that working and nonworking women of Kanyakumari district have problems in child rearing. Working women poses problems related with the educational assistance, leisure time activities. Working women do not possess problem related with the health of their children. Non-working women poses problem related with health of their children, educational assistance. They do not possess problem related with leisure time activities.

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The normative survey method was used in this study. Statistical techniques used for the study are percentage, Arithmetic mean, standard deviation, t- test and ANOVA

Paper Details
Month2
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 2
Pages1423-1427