Effectiveness of social skill training on self concept in adolescents at selected orphanage, Salem.

Resmi .S. Dev, - (2011) Effectiveness of social skill training on self concept in adolescents at selected orphanage, Salem. Masters thesis, Sri Gokulam College of Nursing, Salem.

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Abstract

A Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Social Skill Training on Self Concept in Adolescents at Selected Orphanage, Salem. The research design adopted was pre-experimental design. The study was conducted at House of Peace Orphanage, Chinnathirupathi, Salem. The sample size was 30 and was selected by convenience sampling technique. Modified Pierce Harison Self concept scale was used to assess the level of self concept .Social skill training was conducted to promote the level of self concept. The data collected were analysed by using both descriptive and inferential statistics. The study finding revealed that 24(80%) samples belong to the age group of 16-18 years, 16(53.33%) samples were female, and 21 (70%) samples were studying in higher secondary. In pre-test, 14(46.67%) had average level of self concept, 11(36.67%) had below average level of self concept, 5(16.67%) had significantly below average level of self concept. In posttest 8(26.67%) had high average level of self concept, 10(33.33%) had above average level of self concept. 8(26.67%) had significantly above average level of self concept. The mean pre-test score was 34.60? 9.76, whereas in post-test score was 76.60? 16.54. The estimated ‘t’ value 16.44 at p <0.001 level which is greater than the table value. So the social skill training was effective in impr oving the level of self concept. Hence H1 is retained. There was significant association found between the level of self concept and their selected demographic variables like, age, sex, education and hobbies. So, H2 is retained for the above mentioned variables.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Social Skill Training; Self Concept; Adolescents; Orphanage; Salem.
Subjects: NURSING > Psychiatric Nursing
Depositing User: Ramakrishnan J
Date Deposited: 20 Dec 2017 05:39
Last Modified: 20 Dec 2017 05:39
URI: http://repository-tnmgrmu.ac.in/id/eprint/4531

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