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Research Paper | Home Science | India | Volume 3 Issue 6, June 2014


Fathers Occupational Status and Childrens Personality Development

Onam Dayal, Neha Dayal


Abstract: This study aimed to investigate the impact of fathers occupational status on the children personality development. A Sample of 300 school going children from different income groups families were selected purposively from the school of Lucknow city in U. P. They were tested individually for personality development with the help of CPQ personality scale of S. D Kapoor (1979) and other aspects were studied with the help of a pre-structured interview schedule. The mean scores depict that children whose father were doing their own business were found more extrovert then others and the anxiety level was found high in children whose father were shopkeepers and laborers. Children were found more tough poise whose father were doing service and it was also found that the score of independence factor were found high in children whose father were doing service. And the significant value of z-test shows that a highly significant relationship found between father occupational status and extraversion and Anxiety factors of children personality. No significant relationship found between father occupation and Tough Poise and Independence factor of children personality.


Keywords: CPQ personality scale, personality factors, Extraversion, Anxiety


Edition: Volume 3 Issue 6, June 2014,


Pages: 1684 - 1687


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Onam Dayal, Neha Dayal, "Fathers Occupational Status and Childrens Personality Development", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=2014438, Volume 3 Issue 6, June 2014, 1684 - 1687

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