A STUDY OF GENDER SENSITIZATION AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN RELATION TO THEIR STUDY DISCIPLINE

Dr. Vandana Yadav

Abstract


The study investigated study of gender sensitization among university students, in relation to their study discipline 603 university students were used for the study. A research instrument title gender sensitivity scale (GSS) was used to collect data for the study. The instrument had 43 times which was validated with a reliability coefficient of 0.833 which shows that it was reliable for the study. ‘F’ test was used as a statistical tool to test for relationship between the independent and dependent variables. From the findings, it was discovered that there was a significant relationship between gender sensitivity and study discipline among the university students.

Key words:  gender, gender sensitivity, university students.


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