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Research Paper | Nursing | India | Volume 9 Issue 5, May 2020
A Comparative Study to Assess the Anxiety Among Teenage of Homemaker Mothers and Employed Mother at Selected School, Dehradun
Nitika Sharma  | Satheesh Kumar 
Abstract: Introduction: Anxiety is one of the most common mental health concerns for children and adults, affecting upwards of 20 % of children and adolescents over the lifespan. Anxious youth are often quiet and well behaved, and thus frequently go unnoticed by their parents, teachers, and coaches. Alternatively others can be disruptive and being labeled as having attention deficit disorder. Parents often say that from a very young age, they knew there was something different about their child, but did not immediately recognize it as an anxiety problem. As a result, parents of anxious teens are often confused about what to do, as well as frustrated, and overwhelmed. Methodology: A quantitative research approach was used to assess the anxiety. The research design selected was comparative design, Non-randomized convenient sampling technique was used and sample size are 100. The study was conducted at Shri Guru Ram Rai Public school, Race course, Dehradun. Spence Children’s Anxiety scale used as tool for data collection. Reliability is 0.68. The collected data was analyzed and interpreted by using descriptive and inferential statistics. Results: Homemaker Mothers Teenage: There is significant association between anxiety among teenage of homemaker mothers with Father education (X26 = 16.80), and Mother education (X26 =20.63) as the calculated value > Tabulated value (12.59) at P <0.05 % and there is no significance association between other demographic variables with age, gender, religion, no. of siblings, education, father’s occupation as the tabulated value is greater than calculated value at the significance level of 0.05. There is significant association between anxiety among teenage of employed mothers with Mother education as the calculated value (X24 =10.28) > Tabulated value (9.49) at P <0.05 %. The study concludes that there is a significant difference in anxiety among teenage of homemaker mothers and employed mother.
Keywords: Anxiety, Teenage, Homemaker Mothers, Employed Mothers
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 5, May 2020,
Pages: 201 - 202
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