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Effect of different factors on security-insecurity in adolescent′s boys and girls

Author Affiliations

  • 1Baraktullah University, Bhopal, MP, India
  • 2Nutan Girls Degree College, Bhopal, MP, India

Int. Res. J. Social Sci., Volume 9, Issue (2), Pages 12-14, April,14 (2020)


The samples were collected from the coeducational schools of district Kanpur. The total sample size is 220 and it consisting of 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th classes students. Among these students, 50% boys and 50% girls were taken. The sample was collected by using multistage random sampling technique. As per self designed socio-demographic questionnaires were used to study the socio-demographic characteristic of respondents. The Security-Insecurity the factor of co-cooperativeness, sympathy, feeling rejection and kindness showed significant on security-insecurity in girls. However , inferiority and anxiety showed non-significant effect on security-insecurity in girls. In boys social and feeling rejection showed significant effect on security-insecurity. Whereas, cooperativeness and sympathy showed non significant on security-insecurity. The co-operativeness, sympathy, feeling rejection and kindness of security – insecurity has significant value in shaping and reshaping of personality. An unsecured adolescent always feel inferiority and social instability, suffer from acute tension. The feeling of security – insecurity developed with the interactions of basic needs of the adolescent.


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