MONEY INFLUENCE ON WOMEN LIVING IN JOINT AND NUCLEAR FAMILIES
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The relationship of family types with money influence, self-assessment, self-esteem and social relationship of women living in joint and nuclear families were studied in a randomized group design. 100 women tested. It was assumed that family types can influence study variables? Money Attitude Scale, Self-assessment Scale, Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale, Social Relationship Scale were administered. The SPSS analysis revealed significant response differences between joint and nuclear family system participants in terms of the variables; moreover, the means of all variables were found higher among joint family system. Some context information about mediating interaction between the variables came in light. More cultural context studies would reveal further.