Author(s): R. Naganandini, Naiju M. Punnoose, Binu Keezheth, V. Selvanayaki

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Address: R. Naganandini, Mr. Naiju M. Punnoose, Mr. Binu Keezheth and Dr. V. Selvanayaki
Vinayaka Mission’s Annapoorana College of Nursing, Salem, Tamil Nadu, India
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Published In:   Volume - 2,      Issue - 4,     Year - 2014


ABSTRACT:
A descriptive cross sectional survey was undertaken to assess the opinion of children regarding their alcoholics". The data were collected from 30 children of alcoholic father. From the Study we concluded that the majority (46.6%) of children were in the age group of 12-24 years and majority (60%) of them was male. All (100%) of the children were Hindus, 66 .7% were from nuclear family. Highest percentage (46.6%) was having two or three children was primary education, 63% of alcoholics was daily wages and 46.6% was in the monthly income group of Rs. 500 - Rs. 1000. Majority (66.67%) had undecided opinion regarding there alcoholic father, 20% had negative opinion whereas only 13% had positive opinion.. Area wise distribution or opinion regarding alcoholics depicts that more or less similar percentage of the children had negative opinion regarding father (46.67%) family (43.3%) education (50%) and individual (40%). No significant association were found between the opinion of children regarding alcoholics and their selected demographic variables.


Cite this article:
R. Naganandini, Naiju M. Punnoose, Binu Keezheth , V. Selvanayaki. Opinion of Children Regarding Alcoholics in a Selected Rural Community, Salem. Int. J. Adv. Nur. Management 2(4): Oct. - Dec., 2014; Page 273-274.


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