Desire for Social Freedom and Life Satisfaction among Working and Non-Working Muslim Women of Ranchi Town
Keywords:Desire for Social Freedom and Life Satisfaction
AbstractThe main aim of the present research was to examine the impact of marital and working status on desire for social freedom and life satisfaction among Muslim women of Ranchi Town. It was hypothesized that there is no difference between married & un-married and working & non-working Muslim women on desire for social freedom and life satisfaction. The sample of the study comprised of 40 Muslim women (20 working and 20 non-working) of Ranchi Town. To collect the required data, “Women Social Freedom Scale developed by Bhusan, (1987)” which consists of 24 items and “life satisfaction scale developed by Alam and Srivastava, (1996)” which consists of 60 statements were administered on all participants. The obtained data was analyzed with the help of Percentages, Mean, SD and ‘t’ test. Result showed that most Muslim women of the total sample had average level of social freedom and life satisfaction. It was also found that Un-married Muslim women had more social freedom than married Muslim women.
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