A STUDY OF SOCIAL ADJUSTMENTAS A SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL DIFFERENTIAL AMONG SPORTS ACHIEVERS, NON-ACHIEVERS AND NONPARTICIPANTS FEMALE TRIBAL
Dr. T. Onima Reddy and Dr. Vikram Singh
The purpose of the study was to find the social adjustment as a socio-psychological differential among sports achievers, non-achievers, and non-participants female tribal. For the purpose of the study, 450 female tribal (150 sports achievers, 150 non-achievers & 150 non participants) were randomly selected as the subjects for the study. The variable selected for the purpose of this study was: Social Adjustment. Social adjustment was assessed by the total scores in Deva’s Social Adjustment Inventory (SAI) constructed by Dr. R.C. Deva, with the help of the questionnaire related to social adjustment as a socio-psychological variable necessary data were collected. Data were collected with regard to social adjustment variable from 450 female tribal in two consecutive days at their respective institutions. The data was analyzed by applying Descriptive Statistic i.e. Mean, Standard Deviation, Standard Error and Range & Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). The level of significance was set at 0.05.The findings of the study revealed that significantly higher level of social adjustment was found in sports achievers in comparison to non-achievers, and nonparticipants female tribal. On the basis of the findings of the study, the following conclusions are drawn: Sports achievers are highly social adjustable in terms of emotional adjustment and social maturity as compared to non-achievers and nonparticipants.
Keywords: Achievement, Behavior, Emotions and Relationship.
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