Loneliness, Self-Esteem and Life Satisfaction in Young Adulthood
Keywords:Loneliness, Self-esteem, Life satisfaction, Young adulthood
AbstractIn this study, researcher needs to examine the relation between the three variables which are Loneliness, Self-esteem and Life satisfaction in young adulthood. In this study participants were 150 adults (80 boys and 70 girls) from Delhi NCR. The age range of the respondent was 18-25 year. The study was examined the adult’s overall responses to life satisfaction, loneliness, self-esteem. The De Jong Gierveld Loneliness Scale, Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale and Satisfaction with Life Scale were distributed to 150 participants of Delhi NCR. The aim of this study was to see whether there was a connection between Loneliness, life satisfaction and self-esteem in a group of adults. The Descriptive Statistics and Pearson’s coefficient correlation test were used with the help of Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS). Two Hypotheses were used: There is no association between Life satisfaction and Self-esteem, and there is no association between Life satisfaction and Loneliness. In the result Self-esteem is positively correlated to life satisfaction (r=0.457, p<0.01). Loneliness is negatively correlated to life satisfaction (r= -0.275, p<0.01).
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