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Title:
EFFECT OF ALIENATION AND GENDER ON ACADEMIC STRESS AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Authors:
Dr. Neeru Rathee, Sushila Sharma

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1Dr. Neeru Rathee, 2Sushila Sharma
1. Assistant Professor, Department of Education, M.D. University, Rohtak.
2. Senior Research Fellow, Department of Education, M.D. University Rohtak.

MLA 8
Rathee, Dr. Neeru, and Sushila Sharma. "EFFECT OF ALIENATION AND GENDER ON ACADEMIC STRESS AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS." Int. j. of Social Science and Economic Research, vol. 3, no. 12, Dec. 2018, pp. 6742-6754, ijsser.org/more2018.php?id=475. Accessed Dec. 2018.
APA
Rathee, D., & Sharma, S. (2018, December). EFFECT OF ALIENATION AND GENDER ON ACADEMIC STRESS AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. Int. j. of Social Science and Economic Research, 3(12), 6742-6754. Retrieved from ijsser.org/more2018.php?id=475
Chicago
Rathee, Dr. Neeru, and Sushila Sharma. "EFFECT OF ALIENATION AND GENDER ON ACADEMIC STRESS AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS." Int. j. of Social Science and Economic Research 3, no. 12 (December 2018), 6742-6754. Accessed December, 2018. ijsser.org/more2018.php?id=475.

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Abstract:
Childhood is considered to be the golden period of our lives. It is often generalized as making friends, playing with them, going to school and a care-free life. But in the shadow of fast development, advanced technological era, where everyone seeks for achieving higher and to earn comforts for them, the best of the time of life (childhood) is lost somewhere which is supposed to be more enjoyable and to be cherished. It is now pushed either by parents or by teachers and or even students by themselves to compete for attaining better marks and grade so that they can seek admission in good institute or better job opportunities in their future. Now childhood and adolescence is turning into adulthood before time ripens. The high competition and constant pressure on students for performing better in examination making students to be more vulnerable to stress ultimately they get estranged from themselves and from their surrounding and have to met with several health related issues. Therefore, the researchers have done effort to investigate the effect of alienation and gender on Academic Stress among high school students. The researchers had adopted Descriptive Survey method to conduct the present investigation. A sample of 600 high school students was selected from Haryna state by employing multistage random sampling technique. In this procedure one district each was randomly chosen out of four administrative divisions. To find out the effect of alienation and gender on Academic Stress a two way (2x2) ANOVA design was carried out. The results from the analysis revealed that Alienation and gender both significantly affect the Academic Stress among high school students.