2019, VOL. 5 ISSUE 1, PART D
Comparison of working and non-working women about their participation in home activities
Author(s): Shital M Rathod and Dr. Jyoti Solunke
To know the Comparison of working and non working women about their Participation in Home activities, two districts were selected i.e. Yeotmal & Parbhani under this Gunj & Bori from pusad and Daithana & Pokharni from Parbhani villages were selected. The total respondents included in the study were 600. It consists of working (300) and non working (300) women sample. Personal Interview method was used for data collection. Statistical techniques viz., X2 Test was used for analyzing the data. The findings revealed It can be expressed from the table that that majority 46.83 percent of the women were from the age category 31-45 years, It was seen that less than half 39.83 percent of the women were educated up to school level The major occupation of the selected women was found to be household (50.00%). The working women were engaged in service i. e. Teacher, Lecturer, Professor, Doctor, Anganwadi workers, ASHA workers, Supervisor, Sarpanch, etc were less than one third (16.33%) As far as family type was concerned, joint type of families were seen to be predominant 53.5 percent, The trend of medium sized (5-8 members) families was found to be in less than half 49.00 percent of the selected families It was observed that half 50.83 percent of them had their annual income up to above Rs. 1,00,000/- most of the respondents 93.83 percent had no membership it was noted that majority of the families 91.33 percent were having land line/mobile phones that a huge majority 86.16 percent of the women had no contacts with any extension agent. It is reviewed from the table shows that there was significant association between working and non working women in the food preparation in the areas like Chapati/ bhakari making and serving food. Table 2 shows that there was significant association between working and non working women in the sending to school and helping/ supervising children in study. For the child care and getting them ready for school there was no significant association between working and non working women and table 3 revealed that there was significant association between working and non working women in the ornament purchasing only and all are the non significant.
How to cite this article:
Shital M Rathod, Dr. Jyoti Solunke. Comparison of working and non-working women about their participation in home activities. Int J Home Sci 2019;5(1):213-215.