INFLUENCE OF RECREATIONAL INTEREST ON EMOTIONAL MATURITY OF HIGHER SECONDARY STUDENTS

K. Shanthi, Dr. S. Anandaraj

Abstract


The research study focused on recreational interest and emotional maturity of higher secondary students. Descriptive survey method was employed to collect the data through questionnaire by adopting simple random sampling technique. The population of the present investigation is all the higher secondary students studying in Sankarankovil taluk, Tirunelveli district, Tamilnadu. The size of the sample comprised 310 higher secondary students was selected from ten schools. The results indicated that, the level of recreational interest and emotional maturity of higher secondary students are found to be moderate with regard to locality of the school. The research reveals that the rural school students are better than the urban school students in their recreational interest and emotional maturity and there is a significant influence of recreational interest on emotional maturity of higher secondary students.

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Recreational interest, Emotional maturity, Higher secondary students

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