Vol. 3, Issue 5 (2016)
The Role of Socio-Economic Status on Self-Concept of School Students in Delhi
Author(s): Prof. Shubha Vyas and Garima Choudhary
Abstract: The present research is conceived and formulated on a very wide canvas of adolescents in India in context of their socio-economic status and its relation with self-concept of adolescent students. The investigator undertook the study in government as well as private schools located in Delhi. Descriptive survey method upon 450 samples from class XI was utilized to gather the data. ‘Self-concept Scale (SCS) and ‘Socio-economic Status Scale’ (SESS) was used for data analysis using Mean, SD, one way ANOVA, t-test and Correlation techniques. The finding of the study reveals that there is no significant difference in self-concept of male and female adolescent students. Further, no significant difference is perceived in self-concept of adolescents having different socio economic status. Positive negligible correlation is found in self-concept and socio-economic status of adolescent student.