A study on aggression among adolescent in rural and urban area
Virender Singh, Seema Bajaj, Vikram Vir Sharma
Aggression is behaviour, verbal or physical intended to physically hurt or harm in some other way – slaps, direct insult, even gossipy digs, the consistent finding that these mainly involve adolescent. Whether aggression is manifested by individual or groups (including nations), it is the most destructive behaviour in social relations and consequently an important issue. The present study was design to know about the aggression level among adolescent boys and girls of urban and rural area. The sample was selected from urban and rural area. The study had conducted on 200 adolescent from which 100 subjects from urban area and 100 subjects from rural area. It was found that the mean score of adolescent males is significantly higher than that of females on the variable of aggression, it may be further concluded that adolescent males are more aggressive than their female counterparts and the aggression of rural and urban adolescents. As the mean score of rural adolescents is significantly higher than that of urban adolescents on the variable of aggression.