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Feeling of Security-Inse curity and Prejudice: A Comparative Study between Secure and Insecure School Students

@inproceedings{Roy2012FeelingOS,
  title={Feeling of Security-Inse curity and Prejudice: A Comparative Study between Secure and Insecure School Students},
  author={Bharti Roy and Anita Arora},
  year={2012}
}
The present study was conducted to find out the relationship between feeling of security-insecurity and prejudice. Eighty students (40 boys and 40 girls) were selected from Hindi medium schools of Ranchi town, belonging to the age between 13 to 16 years. Security-Insecurity Test and Prejudice Scale were administered. The results were tested for significance of difference using t test. The results revealed that secure group is less prejudiced than insecure group. Gender has no effect on… 

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