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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | None
ASSESSMENT OF SELF-ESTEEM LEVELS AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN MURSHIDABAD DISTRICT, WEST BENGAL
NANDITA CHANDA, DR.DR. PALLAVI PANDEY
Pages: 224-229
Abstract
As teenagers negotiate the obstacles of adolescence, self-esteem, which may be described as the subjective judgment of one's own worth, plays a vital role in determining the resilience, motivation, and psychological health of adolescents. In this particular research, the objective is to determine the extent to which kids in secondary school have a healthy sense of self-esteem. The research was conducted on 225 secondary school students from the Murshidabad District in West Bengal using a descriptive approach that did not include any experiments. Collecting data was accomplished via the use of the non-probability purposive sampling approach. Self-esteem was evaluated with the use of Rosenberg's self-esteem scale, which consists of ten items. A combination of descriptive and inferential statistical methods were used in order to gather and evaluate the data in accordance with the goals. A total of 84.28% of students have a normal level of self-esteem, whereas 7.01% of students have a high level of self-esteem, and 8.71% of students have a low level of self-esteem.
Keywords
Self-esteem, Adolescents, Level,Social, Students
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