To Examine the Effect of The School Environment on Anxiety Levels Among Adolescents
Keywords:School Environment, Anxiety, Adolescents.
AbstractIn the current study, the author has made an effort to examine how Delhi’s urban youth’s educational school environments affect their anxiety levels. Using a random stratified sampling technique, 500 teenage boys and girls between the ages of 13 and 17 were selected for the sample, which came from a number of English-medium high schools in Delhi, India. The sample was made up of teenagers with a basic command of both written and spoken English, ranging in age from class IX to class XII. Due to the fact that only students who agreed to participate in the surveys were included in the obtained sample, it was self-selected. The kids were picked from schools and learning situations that were similar in nature. The School Environment Inventory (SEI) by K.S. Mishra and the IPAT scale, both used to measure teenagers’ levels of anxiety, were the questionnaires employed in the current study. Pearson’s correlation was applied from a quantitative perspective to examine the link between teenage anxiety levels and the school environment. The study’s key conclusion revealed that teenagers’ anxiety levels are significantly influenced by their school environment. The relationship is important, especially for adolescent girls.
How to Cite
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.