THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG RESILIENCE, SOCIAL SUPPORT & SUBJECTIV WELL-BEING AMONG INDIVIDUALS WITH MILD SENSORY IMPAIRMENT

Authors

  • Salbia Abbas Lecturer, Department of Psychology, Government College Women University Sialkot, Pakistan
  • Ayesha Sohail Department of Psychology, Government College Women University Sialkot, Pakistan
  • Afifa Fatima Department of Psychology, Government College Women University Sialkot, Pakistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53664/JSRD/05-02-2024-15-185-194

Abstract

Sensory impaired individuals often face mental disorders which threatens their psychological wellbeing. This research explored subjective wellbeing, social support and resilience among sensory impaired individuals. Cross-sectional research design along with quantitative research methodology was utilized. Sample of 50 individuals was recruited through convenience sampling technique. Individuals with mild sensory impairment and both genders were enlisted as sample. The participants with severe impairment were excluded. The self-developed standardized scales were utilized for the data collection. Both descriptive and inferential statistics were used for analysis of data. Results revealed that there is positive correlation between subjective wellbeing (R=.712, P=.000) and social support (R=.487, P=.000). While positive correlation was revealed amid resilience (R=.282, P=.000) & social support (R=.485, P=.000). The outcome of linear regression analysis, elucidated by an R-squared value of 0.596. The research findings show a significant influence of social support & resilience on subjective wellbeing of sensory impaired individuals, fostering deeper comprehension on their inter relation.

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Published

30-06-2024

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Salbia Abbas, Ayesha Sohail, & Afifa Fatima. (2024). THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG RESILIENCE, SOCIAL SUPPORT & SUBJECTIV WELL-BEING AMONG INDIVIDUALS WITH MILD SENSORY IMPAIRMENT. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT, 5(2), 185–194. https://doi.org/10.53664/JSRD/05-02-2024-15-185-194

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