EXPLORING THE INSIGHTS OF STAKEHOLDERS REGARDING REASONS AND DYNAMICS OF SOCIAL INHIBITION OF SHIED: AN EXPLORATION AT ADOLESCENT LEVEL

Authors

  • Muhammad Saleem Akhtar, Syeda Lubna Shoukat

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52337/pjer.v5i2.516

Abstract

Present research was aimed to investigate insights of stakeholders about dynamics for social inhibition of shied adolescent aged student. Parents, tutors and socially withdrawn shied students are included as research sample. Total sample was consisted of 198 respondents of which 33% were each of socially withdrawn students, their parents and their teachers. Socially withdrawn student were selected as sample purposively and their parents and tutors as being stakeholders. Through data analysis it was concluded that individual dynamics, ancestry dynamics, communal dynamics, didactic institute atmospheric dynamics & traditional dynamics were the main dynamics of social inhibition of shied for student at adolescent level. The male respondents declared that subservience composite, intimidation by associates, domestic ether, paranoia, dearth of discrete courtesy, abhorrence from others & destitute of paternal warmth were the major reasons for their social inhibition of shied . Whereas female respondents declared that domestic ether, sex discrimination, destitute of paternal warmth, dearth of discrete courtesy, subservience composite, dearth of indebtedness at didactic institute were the major reasons for social inhibition of shied. It was concluded by restoring self-reliance in student through appreciation and participation in co-curricular activities are quite helpful to remove social inhibition of shied through harmonic atmosphere. However, family behavior in preschool age phase has reflective effects on student communal performance and social inhibition of shied.

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Published

2022-06-30

How to Cite

Muhammad Saleem Akhtar, Syeda Lubna Shoukat. (2022). EXPLORING THE INSIGHTS OF STAKEHOLDERS REGARDING REASONS AND DYNAMICS OF SOCIAL INHIBITION OF SHIED: AN EXPLORATION AT ADOLESCENT LEVEL. Pakistan Journal of Educational Research, 5(2). https://doi.org/10.52337/pjer.v5i2.516