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Family environment  and adjustment of instituitionalized women....Dr.Sheeja Remani.B.Karalam
Family environment  and adjustment of instituitionalized women....Dr.Sheeja Remani.B.Karalam
Family environment  and adjustment of instituitionalized women....Dr.Sheeja Remani.B.Karalam
Family environment  and adjustment of instituitionalized women....Dr.Sheeja Remani.B.Karalam
Family environment  and adjustment of instituitionalized women....Dr.Sheeja Remani.B.Karalam
Family environment  and adjustment of instituitionalized women....Dr.Sheeja Remani.B.Karalam
Family environment  and adjustment of instituitionalized women....Dr.Sheeja Remani.B.Karalam
Family environment  and adjustment of instituitionalized women....Dr.Sheeja Remani.B.Karalam
Family environment  and adjustment of instituitionalized women....Dr.Sheeja Remani.B.Karalam
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Family environment and adjustment of instituitionalized women....Dr.Sheeja Remani.B.Karalam

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  • 1. Dr. Sheeja Remani . B. Karalam, Associate Professor, Department of Social Work, Christ University, Bangalore, Karnataka Mr. Indushekara G V and B C Chithra , Assistant Professors, P.G. Department of Social Work, Vidya Vikas Educational Trust, Mysore, Karnataka
  • 2. Introduction
    • Application of Social work research
    • Importance of Qualitative research in social work research
    • Back ground of the study
    Family environment and Adjustment of Institutionalized women: A case study from Mysore, Karnataka
  • 3. Statement of the problem
      • Family environment
      • Adjustment
      • Institutionalized women
      • Need for conducting case study among institutionalized women
    Family environment and Adjustment of Institutionalized women: A case study from Mysore, Karnataka
  • 4. Research Methodology
    • Aim : To know the Family environment and Adjustment of Institutionalized women
    • Design : Descriptive research design.
    • Methods of data collection: personal in-depth interview with interview guide, and observation
    • Universe of the study : includes all women residents of the Governmental and non-governmental institutions in Karnataka
    • Sampling technique : was judgmental according to the category of women residents with excluding criteria of mentally ill women.
    Family environment and Adjustment of Institutionalized women: A case study from Mysore, Karnataka
  • 5. Major findings
    • Profile of the residents shows that, all religious category women were admitted in both Governmental and non- Governmental institutions.
    • Majority of them had completed SSLC and a highest qualification of bachelor’s degree and Engineering graduation.
    • 18-28 years age group members are high in number when compared to adolescent age group members.
    • More than 95 percentage residents came from low socio economic background and very few had a background considered to be middle income group of Karnataka.
    Family environment and Adjustment of Institutionalized women: A case study from Mysore, Karnataka
  • 6. Major findings
    • There are no adequate opportunities in these institutions for enduring emotional relationships which are basic to the adaption of individual’s personal and social needs.
    • As a result their basic needs will be hammered and they grow up with poor mental health.
    • Lack of psychological interaction and absence of specialized care are disadvantages of these institutions.
    • Maladjustment in the personality is one of the reasons for destitution.
    • Women residents from broken family background showed the ill adjustment levels.
    Family environment and Adjustment of Institutionalized women: A case study from Mysore, Karnataka
  • 7. Major findings
    • This result supports the studies relating to adjustment that, socio-economic status have consistently shown that those from lower socio economic backgrounds are more maladjusted (Parameswaran, 1957; Reddy, 1971;Shukla and Mishra, 1980).
    • According to the authorities, these women are highly talkative, easily suggestible, irresponsible, unskilled, and highly emotional.
    • They are failed making adjustment with their family members.. Financial problems at home, marital disharmony, domestic violence, alcoholism and sexual harassment were the major reasons of the institutionalization of these women
    Family environment and Adjustment of Institutionalized women: A case study from Mysore, Karnataka
  • 8. Conclusion
    • This study proves that, case studies can be very effective way of presenting profiles of different groups within a study population.
    • Authors conclude that, there are difference in adjustment levels of women from different background. Also states, not only psychological factors but physical environment also affects the adjustment level of these women and interventions should concentrate on these factors.
    Family environment and Adjustment of Institutionalized women: A case study from Mysore, Karnataka
  • 9. Thank you Family environment and Adjustment of Institutionalized women: A case study from Mysore, Karnataka

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