Environmental Awareness in Relation to Awareness towards Social Duty and Some Demographic Factors affecting it among Higher Secondary Students

Prashant Astalin


In this study investigator has tried to establish the relation between environmental awareness and awareness towards social duty among higher secondary students and some demographic factors affecting it. Total 608 students were selected from two different boards by using cluster random sampling technique. For collecting data the two tools namely Paryavaran Jagrukta Prashnavali and Samajik Kartavya Jagrukata Prashnavali constructed by investigator was used. Mean, SD, Karl Pearson's product moment correlation, multiple correlations, regression and multiple regressions had been used for analysis of data. Main findings of this study are that there is a positive (r = 0.594) relationship between environmental awareness and awareness towards social duty of higher secondary school students. About 35.28% of the environmental awareness scores of the students may be accounted by the awareness towards social duty scores of the higher secondary students. About of 38.07% of environmental awareness scores students may be explained by sex, caste, religion, locale, parent's occupation, type of family and awareness towards social duty scores of students.

Keywords: Environmental Awareness, Awareness towards Social Duty, Demographic Factors.

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