A comparative study on stress management of working and non-working women with special reference to Rewa districtAuthor(s):
The present paper deals a comparative study on stress management of working and non-working women with special reference to Rewa district. Stress is a process that occurs in reaction to events or situation in our environment termed as stressors. Small amount of stress may be desired, beneficial and even healthy. This study is an attempt to examine and compare the management of stress among working and non-working women. It was hypothesized that there is no significant difference between working and non-working womenin their ability to manage stress. For this purpose, a sample of 100 women, 50 working and 50 non-working, ages between 25-40 years, was selected randomly from various rural and urban area of Rewa district. The data were collected using the stress management scale constructed by Dr. Pushraj Singh and Dr. (Smt.) Anjali Shrivastava; and analysed by calculating mean, SD and ‘t’. The result shows that the mean of working women is 91.28 and of non-working women is 84.24; and the SDs of both the groups are 12.31 and 10.26 respectively. The value of ‘t’ at 0.05 level of significance it is 2.21.Pages: 171-173 | Views: 40 | Downloads: 19Download Full Article: Click Here
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Kamlesh Dubey. A comparative study on stress management of working and non-working women with special reference to Rewa district. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2021;3(3):171-173.