International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

 

GENDER DISPARITY IN ATTRIBUTION OF AGGRESSION AND ACADEMIC SUCCESS AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES IN PAKISTAN
Dr. Tariq Mahmood Khan, Dr. Muhammad Naeem Mohsin, Dr. Ashiq Hussain Doger, Ahmed Sher Awan, Kanwal Imtiaz

ABSTRACT
The terrain of gender disparity in education has seen much change in recent decades. This article reviews the empirical research and theoretical perspectives on gender inequalities in academic performance and emotional instability in terms of aggression. Much of the literature on children and adolescents attends to performance differences between girls and boys. Emotional problems might prevent even intelligence to extent and educational performance may suffer because of concentration and interest in learning. Teachers, parents and stunts might find out a how aggression is affecting academic performance of the students in classrooms among boys and girls. The current study indexes the sample of o’ level and intermediate students in determining the discrepant scores on aggression scale .and academic performance. Findings drawn with the independent sample t-test between boys and girls have important implications for our understanding of the rising gender difference in aggression and academic achievements.

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