Behavioural Deviance and Perceived Parenting StyleA Study of North Kashmir


Authors : Waseem Raja; Dr. Aamina Parveen

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 4 - April

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6496529

The main purpose of this study was to determine the prevalence of behavioural deviance and perceived parenting styles among higher secondary school students. Descriptive survey was employed as the design. The sampling procedure adopted by the investigator was random sampling (Simple). 403 Higher secondary school students of district Baramullah comprise the sample of the study. Parenting Style Scale by Gupta & Mehtani (2017) and Behaviour Deviance Scale by Chauhan and Aurora (1989) were utilized to collect the data. The collected data was analysed with the use of percentage and frequency counts. It was inferred from the analysis that behavioural deviance is prevalent among 16.27 % of adolescent students. The results also indicate that permissive parenting style is associated with the highest portion of school-going adolescents who engage in anti-social behaviours, followed by autocratic, uninvolved, and democratic parenting styles. Moreover, the results also reveal that most of the students were raised with democratic parenting style followed by autocratic, uninvolved and permissive parenting style

Keywords : Behavioural Deviance, Perceive Parenting Style and Prevalence.

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