Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2018, Volume: 11, Issue: 22, Pages: 1-5
K. Deepika and N. Prema
*Author for correspondence
SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kancheepuram − 603203, Tamil Nadu, India; [email protected]
Objectives: To identify significant difference in the mean score of family vibration factor and self-esteem of deviant school students with respect to gender and To discover the significant association exist in the level of family vibration factor and self esteem with respect to Monthly Income of the family and also To recognize the relationship between family vibration and self esteem of deviant students. Methods/Statistical Analysis: 13 schools (5 governments, 5 private governments and 3 aided schools) were selected from Kanchipuram District by random selection method. There are 7546 students are studying in those selected schools from class VI to XII. In which 145 students were categorized as deviant that is 2% of the population. Survey method of research has been followed by administering standardized Questionnaires to all the deviant students to measure the parental involvement towards deviation and self esteem. By using SPSS package statistical calculations such as mean, standard deviation, “t” test, ANOVA, Chi-Sauare teat, correlation and regression analysis were made after collecting the relevant data. Findings: There is no significant difference between parental factors of deviant students with respect to the gender. There is no significant difference between self esteem of deviant students with respect to the gender. This research proved that most of the deviant students have high level of negative family vibration and low level of self esteem. It is found that there is a negative correlation between family vibration and self esteem. This study concludes family vibration is one of major factor for deviation and subsequently the self esteem of those particular children will be very low. Application/Improvements: The result of this investigation may create awareness among the parents to recognize their responsibilities for their child’s future. And they may realize the importance of self esteem for the betterment of life.
Keywords: Deviancy, Parental Factor, Self Esteem
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