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International Journal of Home Science

2017, VOL. 3 ISSUE 1, PART I

A study on stress level among working and non-working women

Author(s): Shruti Shukla, Dr. Mamta Jaiswal, Kiran Agrahari and Archana shingh
Abstract:
Stress is a part of modern life, with increasing complexity of life, stress is likely to increase. Stress is built in the concept of role, which is conceived as the position a person occupies in a system. Women’s in modern global world have to play a dual role as housewife and career builder. The present investigation was conducted to examine the stress among the working and non-workingwomen’s. It was hypothesized that the working women’s has more stress than the non- working women’s. In order to verify the above hypothesis a sample of 100 women’s were taken. From which working women’s (N= 50) and non-workingwomen’s (N= 50). This study has found out that working women’s have significantly higher level of stress than non-working women
Pages: 349-357  |  21 Views  51 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Shruti Shukla, Dr. Mamta Jaiswal, Kiran Agrahari, Archana shingh. A study on stress level among working and non-working women. Int J Home Sci 2017;3(1):349-357.
International Journal of Home Science