Security Insecurity among specially abled and normal adolescents.
Dr.Pallavee R. Trivedi
Insecurity, Specially abled
This study was aimed to study Security Insecurity among specially abled and normal adolecents. This study was conducted on 60 adolecents which includes 30 specially abled and 30 normal male female adolecents. The Security and Insecurity (S-I) Inventory developed by Dr. Govind Tiwari was administered with specific instructions and scores were transformed into mean and standard Deviation scores. The results reveal that males have higher security as compared to females. Specially abled are feeling more insecure than normal adolecents.
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Unique Paper ID: 145140

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 4, Issue 7

Page(s): 578 - 582
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