A study of community wellbeing among schedule caste and schedule tribes in Indian perspective
Pandey Asmita, Tripathi HGR
In India political insecurity, financial poverty, income inequality and overall deprivation has attracted the attention of psychologists to focus on the problem of community wellbeing. In a study, community wellbeing questionnaire was administered on 80 male (40 Rural & 40 Urban) and 80 Females (40 Rural & 40 Urban) of Schedule caste & Schedule tribe community. 2X2X2 factorial analysis revealed that Rural people reported more well-being than urban people. Similarly females reported more wellbeing than males. Participants of SC community displayed greater level of COWB than their counter that ST community.