EFFECT OF PARENT’S NEGLIGENCE AND INDULGENCE ON THE SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT OF STUDENTS
Keeping in mind the role of Social Adjustment (SA) of children at school in their academic performance, a study comparing indulgent and negligent attitude of parents was done. 200 students were randomly selected, 100 of each sex and standardized tool of Socio-Economic Status Scale (SES), Parenting Scale and Social Adjustment was given to them. It was concluded that parent’s indulgence plays an important role in the SA of student.
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