G.Maheswari, Menu Krishnana. S, Murugan.V, Vimal Kumar. V.S, Selma Thomas, Mythili. P, Mani. R
Mrs. G.Maheswari1, Ms. Menu Krishnana. S2, Mr. Murugan.V2, Mr. Vimal Kumar. V.S2,
Ms. Selma Thomas2, Ms. Mythili. P2, Ms. Mani. R2
1PhD Scholar, Saveetha University, Chennai
2B.Sc (N)., IV Year Students, Dhanvantri College of Nursing, Namakkal (Dt).
Volume - 2,
Issue - 3,
Year - 2014
Child rearing behaviors are directly perceived, interpreted and evaluated by the child while adaptive behaviors are indirectly perceived, interpret and evaluated by others. But these two behaviors are directly influence the personal development of the child. Objectives: The main objectives of this study are to assess the correlation between the child rearing practices and adaptive behaviour in school going children. Design: A descriptive research design was used for the study. Setting: SRK matriculation school at Pachampalayam, Namakkal (Dist). Sample: School going children, SRK matriculation school at Pachampalayam, Namakkal (Dist). Sampling Technique: Purposive sampling technique was used. Sampling criteria: School going children in the age group of 6-8 years and both the sex. Data collection: Rating scale was used to collect the data. Result: From the findings of the study it can be conclude that the highest percentage of childrens were in the age group of 8 years. Most of them were female.Most of the children where the second child, Educational status of the mother were good, illiterate mothers are very rare and most of them were unemployed.60% of the mothers were authoritative in child rearing practice and similarly 60% of the children having well adaptive behaviour.Conclusion: The study can be concluded that there is a significant positive correlation between the child rearing practices and child adaptive behaviour.
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G.Maheswari, Menu Krishnana. S, Murugan.V, Vimal Kumar. V.S, Selma Thomas, Mythili. P, Mani. R. Is Child Rearing Practice Influence the Child Adaptive Behaviour in School?. Int. J. Nur. Edu. and Research 2(3): July- Sept. 2014; Page 237-240.