35 0 Education of father Illiterate 3 2 1 3866 Primary 3 2 1 High school higher

35 0 education of father illiterate 3 2 1 3866

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35 0 Education of father Illiterate 3 2 1 3.866 Primary 3 2 1 High school /higher secondary 11 10 1 Diploma/degree 83 76 7 Education of mother Illiterate 1 0 1 13.85* Primary 0 0 0 High school /higher secondary 17 13 4 Diploma/degree 82 77 5
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60 Occupation of father Coolie 0 0 0 0.0481 Businessman 26 2 24 Government employee 32 2 30 Private employee 42 3 39 Occupation of mother House wife 13 12 1 0.1813 Coolie 0 0 0 Government employee 33 30 3 Private employee 54 48 6 Income Rs.3000-5000 0 0 0 2.461 Rs .5001-7000 16 16 0 Rs. 7001-9000 36 32 4 Above Rs.9000 48 42 6 Religion Hindu 50 41 9 8.00* Muslim 10 9 1 Christian 40 40 0 No of children 1 59 54 5 1.179 2 37 33 4 3 4 3 1 Order of birth 1 58 54 4 2.042 2 38 33 5 3 4 3 1 Table 7c to be contd…
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61 Place of residence Rural 9 7 2 1.642 Urban 91 83 8 Type of family Nuclear family 91 81 10 1.099 Joint family 6 6 0 Extended family 3 3 0 Hobbies Reading books 38 34 4 5.332 Chatting on the net 34 28 6 Others 28 28 0 Outdoor activities Cricket 61 53 8 11.95* Spending time with friends 39 37 2 Social gathering Going to religious places 43 39 4 0.097 Attending family festivals 26 23 3 Attending parties 21 19 2 Family tour 10 9 1 To determine the association of electronic gadget use on “Video games” with the demographic variables of adolescents, the null hypothesis was stated as follows. These will be no statistically significant association between the electronic gadget use on “Video games” and the demographic variables of adolescents. Table 7c to be contd…
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62 Table 7c shows that there was a statistically significant association between the electronic gadget use on “Video games” and age ( χ 2 =13.85) outdoor activities ( χ 2 =11.95) Religion ( χ 2 =8.00) at 0.05 level of significance. Therefore the researcher accepted the research hypothesis and rejected the null hypothesis. There was no significant association between the electronic gadget use on “Video games” and sex ( χ 2 =1.629), Education of father ( χ 2 =3.866) occupation of father ( χ 2 =0.377), occupation of mother ( χ 2 =0.1813) income ( χ 2 =2.461) No. of Children ( χ 2 =1.642) type of family ( χ 2 =1.099), Hobbies ( χ 2 =5.332) & Social gathering ( χ 2 =0.097). Thus the researcher rejected the research hypothesis and accepted the null hypothesis.
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63 Table – 7(d) Description of the association between electronic gadget on Internet among adolescents and demographic variables N=100 Demographic Variables N average use moderate use χ 2 value Age 13-15 yrs 36 26 10 1.558 16-18 yrs 64 53 11 Sex Male 73 55 18 2.18 Female 27 24 3 Standard 9 th 20 11 9 13.33* 10 th 10 10 0 11 th 35 26 9 12 th 35 32 3 Education of father Illiterate 3 3 0 2.786 Primary 3 2 1 High school /higher secondary 11 7 4 Diploma/degree 83 67 16 Education of mother Illiterate 1 0 1 4.846 Primary 0 0 0 High school /higher secondary 17 12 5 Diploma/degree 82 67 15
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64 Occupation of father Coolie 0 0 0 0.179 Businessman 26 20 6 Government employee 32 25 7 Private employee 42 34 8 Occupation of mother House wife 13 11 2 3.311 Coolie 0 0 0 Government employee 33 29 4 Private employee 54 39 15 Income Rs.3000-5000 0 0 0 2.217 Rs .5001-7000 16 11 5 Rs. 7001-9000 36 31 5 Above Rs.9000 48 37 11 Religion Hindu 50 37 13 2.984 Muslim 10 7 3 Christian 40 35 5 No of children 1 59 43 16 3.645 2 37 32 5 3 4 4 0 Table 7d to be contd…
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65 Order of birth 1 58 43 15 2.512 2 38 32 6 3 4 4 0 Place of residence
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