Impacts of Emotional Intelligence on Social Relationships in Adulthood: A Normative Survey Study
International Educational Scientific Research Journal | VOLUME : 7 | ISSUE : 1 | JANUARY 2021
9 Pages Posted: 19 May 2021
Date Written: 2021
The aim of the present study is to examine the predictive capability of emotional intelligence on social relationships in the developmental stage of adulthood. And it also searching out the actual relationship are existing between emotional intelligence & social relationship or not. Studies’ are followed on a normative survey research method, which falls on quantitative research design. Age group of 19-30, also known as early adulthood stage is considered as a sample group of our study. A stratified random sampling technique is used to select 60 (15 urban male, 15 urban female, 15 rural male & 15 rural female) university adult students as a sample. Follow on the Emotional Intelligence scale of Shailendra Singh (2004) and the Social Relationship scale of Keiko Takahashi & Akira Sakamoto (2000), the investigator also develops a digital form of EI scale & SR scale for suitability in his/her study through the help of google form’s. Each of the scales contained 30 items. Validity & Reliability of both the scale should be kept by appropriate standard method. Considered to all of this, collected data are analyzed through the help of descriptive statistics like Mean, SD &inferential statistics like independent t-test, Pearson product-moment & multiple regression are used. The result of the analysis shows that emotional intelligence unable F (6, 53) =2.112, p (0.067)>0.05, R2 = 0.193 to predict social relationship.
Keywords: Emotional Intelligence, Social Relationship, Adulthood, Normative Survey
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