International Journal of Home Science
2019, VOL. 5 ISSUE 1, PART C
A study on gender and class difference in parent and peer attachment and it’s relation with achievement motivation of adolescent
Author(s): Debamitra Purkait
The present study aims to find the gender and class difference of parent and peer attachment and it’s relation with achievement motivation of adolescent. 100 samples of two schools from North and South Kolkata were randomly chosen for the purpose and two standardized tests named Inventory of Parent and Peer Attachment (IPPA) and Deo-Mohan Achievement Motivation Scale (n-Ach) were administered. Application of descriptive statistics i.e., correlation, t-test and ANOVA revealed that there is significant correlation exists between the scores of parent-peer attachment and achievement motivation of the two gender groups; no significant mean difference of the two gender groups in relation to mother attachment, father attachment, peer attachment and achievement motivation; and there is significant class variation in achievement motivation score but no significant class variation was found in attachment variables respectively.
How to cite this article:
Debamitra Purkait. A study on gender and class difference in parent and peer attachment and it’s relation with achievement motivation of adolescent. International Journal of Home Science. 2019; 5(1): 137-141.