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Gender based comparison of adolescents in reference to communication related conflict between parents and adolescents

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Vibha Verma, Anshu and Anjali Mathur
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Social Sciences and Humanities
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Adolescence is viewed as a period of transformation and reorganization in family relationships (Steinberg 1991). In the adolescents year adolescents’ faced many challenges, like physical, psychological, social etc. parents- adolescents conflict is one of them. Conflict between parent and adolescent is an opportunity to communicate. Parent-child conflict during adolescence is characterized as a dyadic, interpersonal event involving overt behavioral opposition including quarrels, disagreements, and arguments (Shantz, 1987). The present study aims at assessing the gander difference on communication related parents- adolescents conflict in upper socio- economic group. The study was conducted in Allahabad city. Total sample of 300 adolescents comprising of 100 adolescents each (50 boys and 50 girls) from lower, middle and upper socio economic groups. Sample was selected using stratified random sampling technique for the study. Socio- economic status scale by Kuppuswamy (1962) revised by Kumar and Tiwari (2014) was used to ascertain the socio economic status of the selected respondents. To find out the gender based comparison of adolescents in reference to communication related conflict between parents and adolescents. Self made questionnaire was administered on the selected adolescents in the age group of 13- 19 years. The study revealed that the mean score of boys were higher than girls thus boys were found to have significantly more conflict with their parents on issues related to communication than the girls counterparts of upper, middle and lower socio- economic groups.

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