Relationship with parents, Perceived social support and Self-esteem among Young adults
Keywords:Relationship with Parents, Perceived Social Support, Self-Esteem, Young Adults
AbstractThe purpose of this study is to see how self-esteem of young adults is affected by their relationship with parents and perceived social support. Purposive sampling was used to select 134 young adults from India (29 men and 105 females) for the study. Data was collected using the Parent Adult-Child Relationship Questionnaire, Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support, and Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the participants completed the tools using google forms created by the researcher. The t-test, correlation, one-way ANOVA, post hoc test, and two-way ANOVA were all utilized in the study. The results demonstrate no correlation between self-esteem and relationship with parents, but a substantial link between perceived social support and self-esteem. The study also found that young adults’ self-esteem differs depending on their employment level, but not based on their gender or marital status. There is no evidence of a significant interaction effect between relationship with parents and perceived social support on self-esteem.
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