Volume : 4, Issue : 6, JUN 2018

A STUDY ON ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE WOMEN AND THE COGNITIVE FAILURES OF THE SECONDARY GRADE TEACHER’S IN TIRUVALLUR DISTRICT.

S.USHA, P.KARNAN

Abstract

This study examined the relationship between Attitude towards women and the Cognitive failure of the secondary Grade Teacher’s in Thiruvallur District. This study Adopted Normative Survey method of research Participation below 150 Secondary Grade Teacher’s randomly selected from the various schools in Thiruvallur District. The research Instruments used for data collection was Attitude towards women developed by Spencp, Helmrich & Stapp, and Cognitive failure developed by Broudbent et.,al tested at 0.05 and 0.01 level of significance. The finding indicated that exists a negative relationship between Attitude towards the women and Cognitive failure of Secondary Grade and Teachers. There exist significant impact with respect to Type of management, Teachers Qualification, Teachers Salary and there is no significance input on Teachers Age, Teaching experience of the secondary Grade Teacher’s.

Keywords

Attitude Towards Women, Cognitive Failure, Hypothesis, Sampling, Survey, Secondary Grade Teachers.

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