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	01-Ankit
	02-Mukesh B Bhatt, Dr. S. M. Makvana
	03-Mr. Ankit P. Patel
	04-Dr. D. S. Charan
	05-Ms. Hiral Y. Suthar
	06-Kiranben Vaghela
	07-Mr. Sandipkumar N. Patel
	08-Sonalba G. Parmar
	09-Divya Ghorawat, Ravina Madan
	10-Dr. Thiyam Kiran Singh, Akanksha Sharma
	11-Dr. Thiyam Kiran Singh, Shivi Saxena
	13- mohit pandya
	14- Yopesh shumi robi
	15- pooja verma
	16- dr. shashi kala
	17- anu agarval
	18-pinkesh
                        
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Issue 4, No. 1

July to September 2014











Editor in Chief

Dr. Suresh M. Makvana

Co-Editor

Mr. Ankit P. Patel

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20) I am hypersensitive.

Very
Inaccurate

Very
Accurate

21) I suffer from anxiety.

Very
Inaccurate

Very
Accurate

22) I am very talkative.

Very
Inaccurate

Very
Accurate

23) I am outgoing.

Very
Inaccurate

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Accurate

24) Being in debt would not worry me.

Very
Inaccurate

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Accurate

25) I am quiet around others.

Very
Inaccurate

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26) I enjoy being part of a group.

Very
Inaccurate

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27) I think people are overly cautious.

Very
Inaccurate

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Accurate

28) I behave properly.

Very
Inaccurate

Very
Accurate

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29) I tend to brood on past mistakes.

Very
Inaccurate

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30) I am very tense.

Very
Inaccurate

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31) I prefer to go my own way than live by the rules.

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32) I fear for the worst.

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33) I frequently feel guilty.

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34) I try not to be rude to people.

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35) I am very moody.

Very
Inaccurate

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36) I would like other people to be afraid of me.

Very
Inaccurate

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iii. to some extent. Arranged marriages are usually seen in Indian, traditional European and African
cultures, especially among royalty, and are usually decided by the parents or an older family member.

The match could be selected by parents, a matchmaking agent, matrimonial site, or a trusted third party.

In many communities, priests or religious leaders as well as relative or family friends play a major role

in matchmaking?





iv. Forced marriage: forced marriage is a used to describe a marriage in which one or both of the
parties are married without his or her consent or against his or her will. A forced marriage differs from

an arranged marriage, in which both parties consent to the assistance of their parents or a third party

(such as a matchmaker) in indentifying a spouse, although the difference between the two may be

indistinct. The practice of forced marriage was quite common amongst the upper classes in Europe until

the 20
th

country, and is still practiced in parts of south Asia, East Asia, the Middle East, and Africa.

Forced marriages are generally made because of family pride, the wishes of the parents, or social

obligation.



Methodology :



Problem statement: A comparative study of level of adjustment among the practicing Love Marriage
and Arrange Marriage people.


Type of the study: The researcher has employed a survey



Objectives:





1. To know the level of adjustment among the people who have pretested love marriage &
arrange marriage.

2. To determination the gender play a role in the level of adjustment among the people
prospecting love marriage &arrange marriage.



Hypothesis:



1. There will be no significant difference in the level of adjustment between the people who have
practiced love marriage and arrange marriage.

2. There will be no significant difference in the level of adjustment between the people who have
practiced love marriage and arrange marriage.



Variable:

i. Independents variable
- Love marriage and Arrange marriage people
- Gender

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ii. Dependent variable

- Adjustment


Sample: The sample for the study compression of 120 married male and female practicing custom of

the love marriage and arrange marriage residing in Anand district.

Tools: Adjustment questioner by Prof Promod kumar and Rohit Kanchan



Data Analysis: There are two independents variable each varied levels in the present study. There for it

is a 2*2 fractional design. The statically analysis for the design will be t-test.



RESULT & INTERPRETATION:

Table: 1

Sex N Mean SD DF T Level

SN

Male 30 52.8 0.85 58 63.39 0.01

Female 30 106.68

The mean for males and female practicing Arrange Marriage male is 52.84 and female is 106.68.The t-

value both the above is 63.39 thanes, it is significant at 0.01 level. Therefore the first hypotheses is

rejected.

Table: 2

Sex N Mean SD DF T Level

SN

Male 30 235.5 1.35 58 48.59 0.01

Female 30 169.9

The mean for male practicing love marriage is 235.5 and female the mean for female practicing love

marriage is 169.9 which are signficent at 0.01 levels. There for the second hypotheses is reject



REFERENCE



1. Kumar p. patel : (1990) research study of married and unmarried people. Journal of personality &
clinical studies.

2.
pareshkuma, M.phil.

3.
review.



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