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Title:A Comparative Study of Adjustment Problems Among Deaf Adolescent Boys Studying in Special and Inclusive Schools of Varanasi District, Uttar Pradesh
Abstract:Each and every individual is different from others but being a human gradually they may able to adjust in some matter. It has been observed that the deaf children show some adjustment problems socially, educationally and emotionally. To verify the genuine adjustment problems researcher has conducted the study on 40 deaf children in which 20 from special and 20 from inclusive setting. The researcher used “Adjustment Inventory for School Students” for the study. Data was collected through simple random method and percentage, mean, standard deviation and t- test was used to analyze the data. The finding of the study shows that the deaf adolescent students in both special and inclusive school are quite adjusted but there is no major difference found between the overall adjustment in special and inclusive school except emotional adjustment. It means that special schools were providing better environment for their emotional development. Something is lacking in our inclusive school. May be there is less peer inclusion of deaf boys with the hearing peers. But social, educational and overall adjustment, both type of school providing suitable environment for their proper adjustment in school. Some other factors may be considered like lack of emotional support by the general teachers in school or insecurity to counterparts in inclusive school. The successful inclusion of students with significant disabilities in schools and classrooms, it is clear, is never independent of the institutional context. Key Words : Adjustment problems, deaf adolescent, inclusive school and special school