2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
A study on self-esteem among various societal groups: A comparative approach
Author(s): Naveen Bisla and Dr. Srivastava Shipra
The reason for this examination was to explore the self esteem among the different societal groups where the sample of the investigation comprised the subjects (female) in the age classification of 17 to 23 years with mean and SD 18.81+ 3.25 from various segments of Haryana i.e. Physical educationist, Sports Professionals, Fitness group, and college going students, who were performing moderate to vigorous physical exercises as well as sports. Rosenberg's self esteem scale (1965) was utilized as a part of the examination. Distinct insights and examination of difference were utilized to investigate the information. Subsequent to applying statistical techniques the examination uncovers that Sports Professionals, poses higher self esteem than rest of the three gatherings, then again, the second most most observed group with high self esteem was physical educationist group, which is credited to the way that self esteem is significant life change variable related with work out (Robert j. Sonstreom, 2006).Whereas another reason could be the numerous scientists found that the athletes sound self esteem is 17% higher than the non-athletes (Ward, ToniM, 2010).
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Naveen Bisla and Dr. Srivastava Shipra. A study on self-esteem among various societal groups: A comparative approach. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(1): 62-64.