Social adjustment of women’s


  • Dr. Jignesh H Tapariya


The main purpose of the research was to find out the mean difference between working and non-working women in Social Adjustment and Self Control. The total sample consisted 60; sample consisted 30 working and 30 non – working women. Tools for data collection included Social Adjustment inventory by Dr. D. J. Bhatt and the Second research tool for Self Control scale was measured by Arun Kumar Singh and Alpana Sen Gupta. They made English version scale but investigator has used Gujarati version scale made by Dr. Yogesh A. Jogsan. Here t - test was applied to check the significant difference in Social Adjustment and Self – Control between working and non – working women. To check the relation between Social Adjustment and Self – Control correlation method is used product moment. Result indicates significant differences between working & non-working women in Self Control while the correlation between Social Adjustment & Self Control indicates positively high correlation.


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How to Cite

Dr. Jignesh H Tapariya. (2018). Social adjustment of women’s. Research Inspiration: An International Multidisciplinary E-Journal, 3(IV), 01–05. Retrieved from