A STUDY ON IMPACT OF LONELINESS ON ACCULTURATIVE STRESS OF THE MIGRATED FEMALE STUDENTS IN KOLKATA CITY.

Authors

  • Dr. Sritama Mitra Ghosh Assistant Professor, Techno India University

Keywords:

Loneliness, Acculturation

Abstract

This study is aimed at determining the loneliness on acculturation of the migrated female students in Kolkata city. Loneliness is a complex and unique human emotion, it has different impact on each individual. Acculturation is psychological, social and cultural change that stems from blending between cultures. The stress arises from this transition is called Acculturative Stress. This study will examine the difference of loneliness, acculturation and the occurred stress from cultural transition of migrated female students on metropolitan city in Kolkata. The research is based both primary and secondary data, which has been collected from books, journals, websites, articles and reports. A total number of 100 female migrated student, using purposive sampling for collecting data, later probed with standardized questionnaire (with validity and reliability) to access the difference between loneliness and acculturative stress. Then using suitable statistics to analyze data, determine correlation and regulations of proper application of cultural liberty along with an appropriate academic climate.

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Published

15-06-2023

How to Cite

Dr. Sritama Mitra Ghosh. (2023). A STUDY ON IMPACT OF LONELINESS ON ACCULTURATIVE STRESS OF THE MIGRATED FEMALE STUDENTS IN KOLKATA CITY. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 9(6). Retrieved from http://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/2772