ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION AMONG WORKING AND NON-WORKING MARRIED WOMEN (2019)
Moomin Jan JCR. 2019: 2931-2941
This study was undertaken with the objective of studying the Anxiety and Depression of working and non-working married women. A total sample of 360 women was drawn randomly for the study consisting of 180 working married women and 180 non working married women. in which 90 married working women taken from rural area of Kashmir (Anantnag district) and 90 married working women taken from urban area of Kashmir (Srinagar district). In case of married non working women, 90 married non working women taken from rural area of Kashmir (Anantnag district) and 90 married non working women taken from urban area of Kashmir (Srinagar district). In order to assess the anxiety and stress among working and non-working married women, Anxiety and Depression Scale by Pallavi Bhatnagar was used. The study revealed that married working women have been observed to be higher on the level of anxiety as compared to married non working women. Stress tendencies have been seen among married working women as compared to their counterparts.
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