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Adjustment Of The High School Student With Reference To Their Birthorder And Ses


  • Milan Mistry


Adjustment is very important for a successful and harmonious life. The present study focuses on birth-order and SES and thus studies the adjustment of the high school students with reference to these variables. The research aimed to study effect of birthorder and SES on the adjustment of the high school students of Ahmedabad district. The study comprised of 800 high school students of Ahmedabad selected by cluster multistage sampling. In the present study the survey method was used and the verbal adjustment scale was used. To conduct analysis and interpretation of data Mean, S.D, and t-test was used. The results declared that there exists significant difference in the adjustment of the high school students with the first and second birthorder as well with high and low SES. Key words: adjustment, birthorder, SES

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  • Milan Mistry, 2014. "Adjustment Of The High School Student With Reference To Their Birthorder And Ses," Working papers 2014-06-04, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2014-06-04

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