Renu Seshadri, R. Srinivasan, V. Kumar
Mar 28, 2019
Indian Journal of Mental Health
Background: This research aims to understand the differences that may exist between male and female migrant students on variables namely Self-esteem, Life-satisfaction and Adjustment. Methods: The sample size was 60(30 males and 30 females) aged 18-21 years, migrated to the city of Mumbai for educational purposes. Correlation(r) was calculated to understand the nature and type of relationship between Self-esteem, Life satisfaction and Adjustment. Results: The results were found to be significant with the Self-esteem and Adjustment at 0.01 level for females and Self-esteem and Life-satisfaction at 0.01 level, Life-satisfaction and Adjustment at 0.05 level and Self-esteem and Adjustment at 0.01 level in males. Conclusion: The results of the study could be used in everyday settings such as in schools, colleges and corporate office settings.