FRUSTRATION TOLERANCE BETWEEN SEXES BELONGING TO DIFFERENT COMMUNITY OF HIGHER SECONDARY STUDENTS OF MEGHALAYAJournal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.7, No. 9)
Publication Date: 2019-09-02
Authors : Careleen Y. Kharmalki; Sherwin M. Sungoh.;
Page : 985-990
Keywords : Frustration Tolerance Adjustment Sexes and Community .;
Frustration is one of the many psychological concepts originated in everyday speech that is all too susceptible to radically different meanings. Even psychologists have used the term in different ways, regardless of their theoretical orientation, fairly well agreed that frustration in some has important implications for personality development and behaviour pathology.The concept of frustration tolerance, however, has an important bearing upon the dynamics of human personality. Frustration tolerance is the ability to withstand obstacles and stressful situations. To understand the Frustration tolerance of higher secondary students the present study is undertaken. Eight (8) schools comprising of 200 higher Secondary Students were taken as sample for the study. The tool used is a standardised tool known as Frustration Tolerance (FT-RS) developed by Rai, S.N. (2015) On analysing the data it was found that, the higher secondary students had Low Frustration Tolerance in terms of time taken is 62% and number of attempts is 85%. Low Frustration Tolerance of Rural students (95%) are more than Urban students (29%). Low Frustration Tolerance of Tribal students (85%) are more than Non-tribal students (80.6%). Low Frustration Tolerance of Male students (89.7%) are more than the Female students (82.6%). The study clearly indicates that majority of the Higher Secondary students possess a Low Frustration Tolerance. Also, irrespective of the locale, community or gender maximum percentage of the sample collected the students are having Low Frustration Tolerance. This indicates that the Higher Secondary students will have problem in adjustment and inter personal relationship.
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