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Authors: Sharma, Ritambhara
Advisor: Kaur, Praveen
Title: A Study of Personality variables of Wale young Adults (15-21 Years) In Three Different Social Climates
Publisher: Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural Univesity, Hisar
Language: en
Type: Thesis
Agrotags: Child Development
Keywords: Child Development
Abstract: ln the words of Conger (1973), it is rightly said that humankind has long been preoccupied with its youth. In the collective Life of society & each new generation of young people has been rightly perceived as the rather Fragile vessel by which the best of the past, the hard won fruits of our painful and slippery steps up from the primordial mists is transmitted into the present. And in the faces of each new generation we have long seen written future of nations and cultures. the future of humanity itself over the centuries, there has been a tendency to conceptualize our Own individual lives largely in terms of our adolescent years and childhood Perceived by most of us. perhaps with more of wistful memories and sentiments than sometimes is justified, as the period of Becoming. The foundations of a desirable youth are built on the ground of Childhood only.
Subject: M.Sc
Theme: Child Development
These Type: M.Sc
Issue Date: 1985
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