Gender Differences in Resilience, Compassinate for Others and Humanity, Positive and Negative Affect Among Higher Secondary Students


Authors : P. Rekha; S. Saravanan

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 7 - July

Google Scholar : https://bit.ly/3IIfn9N

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7011688

Abstract : Boy and Girl students in secondary schools differ greatly in terms of flexibility, adaptability to situations, compassion for others, positive and negative influences in thinking, etc. Both negative and positive influence can be seen in the classroom of students i.e. they girls students think negatively when they fail in the exam or when the marks are low but for the boys students they see the marks very incidentally i.e. think they can take care of it in the next street. If the teachers do not provide enough time during the assignment, the girls will feel a lot of tension, but the boy students have the ability to install, so they are the students' ability. Therefore, the environment should be created in the classroom to develop the character of the students. If they fail in the exam, this study was done with the aim of creating an environment to develop the resilience , develop positive thinking and develop the compassionate towards others. A study was conducted to know his power of compassionate to negative and positive thoughts and for resilience for students . In today's scenario, it can be seen that only if students are given flexibility, they will participate in the classroom with enthusiasm. Students also develop negative thoughts if they stay at home. Due to negative thoughts, compassion towards others is lost in the student. After growing up, this trait has a great impact on the society. So growing up in a flexible environment measures the positive or negative thoughts of the students and grows up with positive thinking this topic is chosen by the researcher to measure how the child reacts to others or feels lost when compassionate others when suffering. The study has been conducted to find out whether the student has the resilience to endure adversity and develop the positive thinking to bounce back to students.  Sample : Samples were randomly collected from three different schools, i.e. Government Schools, Government Aided Schools and Private Schools in the Chennai District from XI std and XII std in Arts and Science group. Total no of sample 757. Research tools taken the study Resilience, compassionate for others humanity and Positive affect and Negative affect.

Boy and Girl students in secondary schools differ greatly in terms of flexibility, adaptability to situations, compassion for others, positive and negative influences in thinking, etc. Both negative and positive influence can be seen in the classroom of students i.e. they girls students think negatively when they fail in the exam or when the marks are low but for the boys students they see the marks very incidentally i.e. think they can take care of it in the next street. If the teachers do not provide enough time during the assignment, the girls will feel a lot of tension, but the boy students have the ability to install, so they are the students' ability. Therefore, the environment should be created in the classroom to develop the character of the students. If they fail in the exam, this study was done with the aim of creating an environment to develop the resilience , develop positive thinking and develop the compassionate towards others. A study was conducted to know his power of compassionate to negative and positive thoughts and for resilience for students . In today's scenario, it can be seen that only if students are given flexibility, they will participate in the classroom with enthusiasm. Students also develop negative thoughts if they stay at home. Due to negative thoughts, compassion towards others is lost in the student. After growing up, this trait has a great impact on the society. So growing up in a flexible environment measures the positive or negative thoughts of the students and grows up with positive thinking this topic is chosen by the researcher to measure how the child reacts to others or feels lost when compassionate others when suffering. The study has been conducted to find out whether the student has the resilience to endure adversity and develop the positive thinking to bounce back to students.  Sample : Samples were randomly collected from three different schools, i.e. Government Schools, Government Aided Schools and Private Schools in the Chennai District from XI std and XII std in Arts and Science group. Total no of sample 757. Research tools taken the study Resilience, compassionate for others humanity and Positive affect and Negative affect.

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