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Relationship of Study Habits with Family Income, Media Exposure and Participation in Sports


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The present study was conducted in Bhiwani district of Haryana state. One private and one government school were selected from rural area and one private and one government school were selected from Bhiwani city . From each school 30 boys and 30 girls in the age group of 14 to 16 years were selected at random, thus, 60 children from each school and a total of 240 children, representing both the sexes in equal number. Study habits of students were assessed by Study Habit scale developed by (Rani & Jaidka, 2015). Results revealed that majority of rural and urban students belonged to average categories in concentration, use of e-resources, interaction and overall study habits. While in planning, comprehension and drilling, majority of students from rural, urban and total sample belonged to above average category . For study sets, about equal numbers of students belonged to average and above average categories. Results further showed that there was positive correlations between family income, mass media exposure, participation in sports and study habits of high school students. This study will help in better understanding of study habits of high school students.

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Study Habits, Social and Mass Media Exposure, Family Income, Participation in Sports.
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Authors

Kritika Dudeja
Department of Human Development and Family Studies, I.C. Collage of Home Science, CCS HAU, Hisar, Haryana, India
Shanti Balda
Department of Human Development and Family Studies, I.C. Collage of Home Science, CCS HAU, Hisar, Haryana, India

Abstract


The present study was conducted in Bhiwani district of Haryana state. One private and one government school were selected from rural area and one private and one government school were selected from Bhiwani city . From each school 30 boys and 30 girls in the age group of 14 to 16 years were selected at random, thus, 60 children from each school and a total of 240 children, representing both the sexes in equal number. Study habits of students were assessed by Study Habit scale developed by (Rani & Jaidka, 2015). Results revealed that majority of rural and urban students belonged to average categories in concentration, use of e-resources, interaction and overall study habits. While in planning, comprehension and drilling, majority of students from rural, urban and total sample belonged to above average category . For study sets, about equal numbers of students belonged to average and above average categories. Results further showed that there was positive correlations between family income, mass media exposure, participation in sports and study habits of high school students. This study will help in better understanding of study habits of high school students.

Keywords


Study Habits, Social and Mass Media Exposure, Family Income, Participation in Sports.

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