Work Conflict Issues in Dairy Production and Management Practices- A Gender Analysis
N. K. Sharma H. R. Meena Hari R.
Vol 8(7), 160-166
The present study was conducted in Alwar and Bikaner districts of Rajasthan. A multistage sampling technique was employed for the study. Respondents were selected from 12 villages of 6 blocks of both the districts. A total of 120 households (120 male and 120 female) were selected from these villages. The information was collected by conducting personal interviews of the respondents with the help of semi structured interview schedule. The results revealed that the level of role conflict was higher in female respondents as compared to male respondents. The results also indicated that the level of role overload was higher in female respondents as compared to male respondents. The pooled results revealed that majority of male respondents had medium (53.33 %) level of stress followed by low (35.00 %) and high level (11.67 %) of stress. Among female respondents majority of respondents had medium (55.00 %) level of stress followed by high (30.00 %) and low (15.00 %) level of stress. The level of role conflict, role overload and stress was higher in female respondents as compared to male respondents. Because female respondents have to play various role and activities i.e. care of children, care of animal, household work and agricultural activities.
Keywords : Conflict Male and Female Overload Role Stress
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