Do Demographic Variables affect the Stress Levels of Indian Soldiers?

  title={Do Demographic Variables affect the Stress Levels of Indian Soldiers?},
  author={Sakshi Sharma},
  journal={Vision: The Journal of Business Perspective},
  pages={324 - 335}
  • Sakshi Sharma
  • Published 1 December 2015
  • Education
  • Vision: The Journal of Business Perspective
The present study examines the demographic profile of the Indian soldiers and analyzes the differences in opinions of soldiers according to six demographic variables, namely, designation, income, qualification, age, length of service and marital status. A sample of 415 soldiers of the Indian army selected through stratified random sampling was surveyed using structured schedules. ANOVA and post-hoc tests were applied to analyze the data. The findings of the study suggest significant differences… 
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