A Comparative Study of Children of Alcoholic and Nonalcoholic Parents In Terms of Some Personality Factors and Adjustment
Alcoholism is a social evil. Its effect on personality and adjustment in family ,community and society . Alcoholism is define as excessive drinking of depends on alcohol l. Main objectives of this study to find out adjustment problem in alcoholic children in respect of personality. Test uses for assessment bell adjustment inventory and defferential personality inventory . Total 300 sample taken to find out relation and effect on adjustment and personality . Main finding in student of alcoholic parents of adjustment is very poor and poor in self concept , ego ,strength and emotional stability.
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