The Effect of Self-Esteem and Family Environment on the Dimensions of Spiritual Intelligence of the Pre-Service Teachers at the Secondary Stage

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  • Keerti Vibha Lovely professional university

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15415/iie.2013.11004

Keywords:

Spiritual Intelligence, Self-Esteem, Family Environment, Pre Service teachers

Abstract

The objectives of the study were to study the differences between Low & High SelfEsteem and Non Congenial & Congenial Family Environment groups of Pre Service Teachers at the Secondary Stage on the dimensions of Spiritual Intelligence, and to study the double interaction effects of the variables of Self-Esteem and Family Environment on the dimensions of Spiritual Intelligence in respect of the Pre Service Teachers at the Secondary Stage. The results of ANOVA showed that Low and High Self-Esteem groups exhibited no significant differences on the variables of Transcendence, Interconnectedness, Expansion of Self, Extrasensory Perception and Existential Enquiry. In case of Family Environment groups- Non Congenial and Congenial, the differences were found significant on the variables of Transcendence and Interconnectedness in favour of Congenial Family Environment and no significant differences were found on the variables of Expansion of Self, Extrasensory Perception and Existential Enquiry. The double interaction effects of the variables of Self-Esteem and Family Environment were not significant on all the dimensions of Spiritual Intelligence.

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Published

2013-03-25

How to Cite

Keerti Vibha. (2013). The Effect of Self-Esteem and Family Environment on the Dimensions of Spiritual Intelligence of the Pre-Service Teachers at the Secondary Stage. Issues and Ideas in Education, 1(1), 51–58. https://doi.org/10.15415/iie.2013.11004

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