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EDUCATIONAL STATUS OF PARENTS AS A PREDICTOR OF SELF CONFIDENCE OF ADOLESCENTS

    2 Author(s):  CATHERINE JOHN,DR. THOMAS GEORGE VENGALUVAKKEL C.M.

Vol -  11, Issue- 10 ,         Page(s) : 68 - 74  (2020 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

The current study carried out is to learn the influence of educational standards of parents on the self confidence of school adolescents.The most significant determinant, which is the foremost and most imperative bed to cherish children, is the educational status of parents.Effective parenting facilitates to construction and development of positive behaviors (Naik and Saimons, 2014).‘Self Confidence’ is defines as the perceived person’s ability to tackle life situations fruitfully without any inclination to others and to have a positive self-appraisal. A self- confidentadolescent recognizes oneself as socially proficient, emotionally adult, intellectually ample, unbeaten, contented, influential, sanguine, sovereign, self-contained and confident. So the concept of self confidence is regarded as an indispensable stipulation of human existence in contemporary world.Today parents and teachers play a vital role in boosting adolescents’ self confidence even in the face of difficulties.Parents encouraging their children naturally help the children to develop self reliance in their very basic character.

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