International Journal of Home Science
2017, VOL. 3 ISSUE 1, PART I
Mental fatigue among working and non-working married women
Author(s): Renu Pal
Thernpresent study is aimed to explore the level of mental fatigue among working andrnnon-working married women. The study has been done in lucknow city. Sample ofrnthe study consists of 120 working and non-working married women (workingrnmarried women =60, non-working married women =60). In the range between the 25-45 years. Randam multistage samplingrntechniques has been used in this study Mental fatigue scale (MFS) gave to thernparticipant to measure fatigue. Mental fatigue scale developed by Rodham 2001.rnAnalysis of data was done by PAS software. The result showed that workingrnmarried women have more mental fatigue problem in their compare to non-workingrnmarried women.rn
How to cite this article:
Renu Pal. Mental fatigue among working and non-working married women. International Journal of Home Science. 2017; 3(1): 380-383.