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Attitude of Landless Women Labourer Towards Education in Relation to Their Literacy Level and Economic Status
The Present Study aims to explore the attitude of landless women labourer towards education in relation to their literacy level and economic status. Landless labourer have been defined as those who are basically unskilled, unorganized and who work in farms on wages for a larger part of the year. But when they do not get work in the villages some of them migrate outside their villages in search of work. In the modern contexts the word literacy level refers to reading and writing at a level adequate for communication, or at the level that lets one understand and communicate ideas in a literate society, so as to take part in the society. Sample of 150 landless women labourers were selected for this study. For this purpose attitude scale and interview schedule were used. Mean, Standard deviation and Correlation were used for analysis of the data.
Attitude, Landless Women Labourer, Literacy Level, Economic Status.
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