A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RISK TAKING ABILITY OF CHILDREN OF WORKING AND NON-WORKING MOTHERS
Keywords:Risk Taking Ability
The present study aimed to compare the Risk taking ability of children of working and non-working mothers.Objective of the study was to compare the risk taking ability of working and non-working mothers. Sample for the study constitute 200 students, 100 belonging to the working mothers and 100 belonging to non working mothers. Risk taking questionnaire (RTQ) constructed by Dr. Virendra Sinha and Dr. Prem Nath Arora was used for collection of data. Results of the study revealed that there exist no significant difference in risk taking ability of the students belonging to the working mothers and risk taking ability of the students belonging to non-working mothers.
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