Article Title: Self-Concept and Self-Esteem among Adults
Author(s): Amna Ajmal, Aqsa Batool, Shumaila Abid, Hina Iqbal
Institute(s): Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Islamia College Peshawar
Journal: Peshawar Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences (PJPBS) Vol 4 No 2 (2018)
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Despite an ample study and analysis of Self concept and Self esteem, not a solitary deconstructive work has been done on the Effect of Self concept on Self esteem. So, this study aimed at the disclosure of all the ways through which self concept affects the self esteem among university students. The research method applied on the paper was quantitative. The study adopted a Multiple Self Concept Scale byBruce A. Bracken and Rosenberg’s Self- esteems scale (Rosenberg, 1965). The collected data analysis was accomplished statistically using the t-test and coefficient of correlation techniques. A sample of 250 students comprised of 75 males and 175 females was taken from BZU Multan. The inferences of the study conceded that Self Concept has a significant effect on Self esteem among university adults. Besides, the research inquiry brought the fact to light that there is, no doubt, a significant disparity of influences of self concept on self esteem between male and female.
Keywords: self-concept, self-esteem, adults, gender