A comparative study of altruism among the boys and girls of joint and nuclear families
Archana Pandey
Altruistic behavior, Joint families, Nuclear families, Family structure, Altruism Scale.
This study aims to investigate and compare altruistic behavior among undergraduate boys and girls of joint and nuclear families. Altruism, the selfless concern for the well-being of others, plays a crucial role in family dynamics and relationships. The research will explore how the family structure, whether joint or nuclear, influences the expression of altruism within the family unit. By conducting surveys, interviews, and observations, this study seeks to identify any significant differences in altruistic tendencies between joint and nuclear families. The findings of this research will contribute to a better understanding of how family structure impacts altruistic behavior, which can have implications for social interactions, support systems, and overall family well-being. A total of 60 samples were selected purposively from M. L. K. P. G. College, Balrampur (U.P.). To collect information, the Altruism Scale (Dr. S. N. Ray & Dr. S Singh) was used.
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Unique Paper ID: 162916

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 11

Page(s): 404 - 409
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