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Religiosity, Locus of Control, Need for Achievement and Aggression among Buddhists and Non- Buddhists Adults of Jalgaon


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It is believed that all the religions are peace loving religions, and the followers of that religion must develop tolerance for others who follow different religions. Relevant hypothesis were formulated for need for achievement, aggressive behaviour and consideration of gender difference Religion, sex, intelligence and SES were treated as independent variable while religiosity, LOC, need for achievement and aggression were treated as dependent variables. 2x2x2x2 factorial design was used and to avoid any complications, cell frequency in each group was kept constant. 432 males and females worked as sample. Their age was between 17-21. Rotter Scale (1996) for locus of control and Achievement Incomplete test by Mukherjee (1997) were used.. Findings partially confirm the findings.

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Religiosity, Locus of Control, Need For Achievement, Jalgaon.
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M. J. College, Jalgaon, Maharastra, India

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It is believed that all the religions are peace loving religions, and the followers of that religion must develop tolerance for others who follow different religions. Relevant hypothesis were formulated for need for achievement, aggressive behaviour and consideration of gender difference Religion, sex, intelligence and SES were treated as independent variable while religiosity, LOC, need for achievement and aggression were treated as dependent variables. 2x2x2x2 factorial design was used and to avoid any complications, cell frequency in each group was kept constant. 432 males and females worked as sample. Their age was between 17-21. Rotter Scale (1996) for locus of control and Achievement Incomplete test by Mukherjee (1997) were used.. Findings partially confirm the findings.

Keywords


Religiosity, Locus of Control, Need For Achievement, Jalgaon.