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Influence Of Gender And Self – Esteem On Depression Among Diabetic Patients

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Abstract
This study investigated influence of gender and self-esteem on depression among diabetic patients. One hundred and thirty (130) diabetic patients (77 with low self-esteem and 53 with high self-esteem) were used. Males and females were 65 each. Self-rating depression scale Zung (1965) and index of self-esteem Hudson (1982) were used. A 2×2 factorial design was adopted while two way ANOVA statistics was used for data analysis. Gender was found to significantly influence depression among diabetic patients F, (1,126) = 11.8 P<.01. Self-esteem was also found to significantly influence depression among diabetic patients f, (1,126) = 48.9 P<.01 level of significance. Findings were discussed in relation to literature reviewed and recommendations were also made.
Table of Content
TITLE PAGE
Dedication i
Acknowledgement ii
Table of Contents iii
List of Tables v
Abstract vi
CHAPTER ONE
Introduction 1
Statement of the Problem 6
Purpose of the Study 7
Operational Definition of Terms 7
CHAPTER TWO
Literature Review 8
Theoretical Review 8
Empirical Review 14
Summary of the Review 35
Hypotheses 35
CHAPTER THREE
Method 36
Participants 36
Instruments 36
Procedure 37
CHAPTER FOUR
Result 39
Summary of the Findings 40
CHAPTER FIVE
Discussion 42
Implication of the Study 44
Recommendation 44
Limitations of the Study 45
References 46
SELF-RATING DEPRESSION SCALE (SDS)59
INDEX OF SELF-ESTEEM (ISE) 61
Appendix II 63

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