MENTAL HEALTH OF ADOLESCENTS IN RELATION TO THEIR FAMILY ENVIRONMENT
Author(s):
Dr.Neeraz
Keywords:
Mental Health, Family Environment, Senior Secondary School Students
Abstract
The focus of the current study was on how adolescents' mental health relates to their family environment. 200 senior secondary school students were selected as the sample. 200 teenagers were selected using the purposive sample method, with 100 coming from rural and 100 coming from urban regions (50 boys and 50 girls). Described surveying was used to collect the sample. The Family Environment Scale by Drs. Harpreet Bhatia and N.K. Chadha (1993) and the Mental Health by Drs. Alpana Sen Gupta and Arun Kumar Singh (2008) instruments were used to collect the data. The difference in means between the variables was determined using the t-test. Conclusions showed that there is no discernible difference between adolescents' mental health and family environment in locality and gender basis Teenagers should receive a lot of support from their families as they mature, including close bonds, capable parents, open lines of communication, and great behavior examples. Supporting families in their use of conflict resolution and problem solving techniques with their children is crucial.
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Unique Paper ID: 156980

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 5

Page(s): 529 - 532
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