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The Effect of Terrorism on Self-Efficay of Children Living in Kashmir


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1 Department of Psychology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India
     

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Kashmir, the paradise on earth has witnessed decades of disputes. The valley has been disturbed since 1989 when militancy era begins. The whole population is affected by militancy but the worst sufferers are the children. The present study tries to investigate the effect of terrorism on the self efficacy of the children living in Kashmir valley. The sample of 100 students studying in 11th and 12th standard with age range of 16-18years was taken. A scale namely personal self-efficacy developed by Kumari and Singh (1989) was administered. The data was collected from the two groups of students residing in highly terrorism affected and low affected areas. In order to get results ttest will be applied to get the difference in the level of self-efficacy of two groups of participants in response to terrorism.

Keywords

Terrorism, Self-Efficacy.
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Shar-ul-nisa Haroon
Department of Psychology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India
Roomana N. Siddiqui
Department of Psychology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India

Abstract


Kashmir, the paradise on earth has witnessed decades of disputes. The valley has been disturbed since 1989 when militancy era begins. The whole population is affected by militancy but the worst sufferers are the children. The present study tries to investigate the effect of terrorism on the self efficacy of the children living in Kashmir valley. The sample of 100 students studying in 11th and 12th standard with age range of 16-18years was taken. A scale namely personal self-efficacy developed by Kumari and Singh (1989) was administered. The data was collected from the two groups of students residing in highly terrorism affected and low affected areas. In order to get results ttest will be applied to get the difference in the level of self-efficacy of two groups of participants in response to terrorism.

Keywords


Terrorism, Self-Efficacy.