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Psychological Well-Being:A Comparative Study of Tribal and Non-Tribal College Students


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The purpose of the present study was to investigate the impact of Types of students, sex and types of faculty of the college students on Psychological well-being. The sample for the study comprised of 120 Tribal and 120 Non-Tribal college students from Arrival and Sabarkantha District. Tribal and Non-Tribal college students were selected from various Arts and Science college in Arravalli and Sabarkantha. Personal data sheet and Bhogle and Jay Prakash (1995), Psychological well-being scale, Gujarati Translated by Suvera (2001) were used to collect the required data. 2x2x2 factorial design was planned where types of students, sex and types of faculty were considered as independent variables and Psychological well-being as dependent variables. Accordingly, 2x2x2 ANOVA was carried out to test the hypothesis. Results revealed significant difference between Tribal and Non-Tribal College students on Psychological well-being. The non-tribal college student's psychological well-being is batter then the tribal college students. The male college student's psychological well-being is batter then the female college students. The Science college student's psychological well-being is batter then the Arts college students. The interaction effects (A x B), (A x C), (B x C) and (A x B x C) are not significant.

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Psychological Wellbeing, Tribal and Non-Tribal Students.
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Pankaj Suvera
Department of Psychology, Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat, India

Abstract


The purpose of the present study was to investigate the impact of Types of students, sex and types of faculty of the college students on Psychological well-being. The sample for the study comprised of 120 Tribal and 120 Non-Tribal college students from Arrival and Sabarkantha District. Tribal and Non-Tribal college students were selected from various Arts and Science college in Arravalli and Sabarkantha. Personal data sheet and Bhogle and Jay Prakash (1995), Psychological well-being scale, Gujarati Translated by Suvera (2001) were used to collect the required data. 2x2x2 factorial design was planned where types of students, sex and types of faculty were considered as independent variables and Psychological well-being as dependent variables. Accordingly, 2x2x2 ANOVA was carried out to test the hypothesis. Results revealed significant difference between Tribal and Non-Tribal College students on Psychological well-being. The non-tribal college student's psychological well-being is batter then the tribal college students. The male college student's psychological well-being is batter then the female college students. The Science college student's psychological well-being is batter then the Arts college students. The interaction effects (A x B), (A x C), (B x C) and (A x B x C) are not significant.

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Psychological Wellbeing, Tribal and Non-Tribal Students.