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Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences
ISSN: 0975-6795(Online), 2321-5828(Print)
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Disciplinary Techniques adopted by Working and Non-Working Mothers
Ekta, Rakhi Mittal
G. D. M. Girls (P.G.) College Modinagar, Ghaziabad UP
Discipline is the means whereby children are trained in orderliness, good conduct and the habit of getting the best out of themselves. Important purpose of discipline is to get children to want to do what is expected of them and to avoid doing what they know the social group does not approve. Discipline is an organized regulated orderly way of life. It means helping the child to become a happy, outgoing, expressive co-operative individual, helping him recognize his feelings and expressing them in acceptable ways. It helps to direct the child’s energies into useful socially acceptable channels and behavior approved by the group. The present study was done on Disciplinary techniques adopted by Working and Non-working Mothers. For the study 100 sample of mothers (50 Working and 50 Non-working mothers) of urban area were selected by multistage stratified purposive sampling techniques from different places of Modinagar.
Disciplinary techniques - Authoritarian, Permissive and Democratic.
Ekta, Rakhi Mittal. Disciplinary Techniques adopted by Working and Non-Working Mothers. Research J. Humanities and Social Sciences. 8(3): July- September, 2017, 267-272.
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