A study to assess the subjective well being of farmers at selected villages of Dharwad Taluka
Shivanand Gejji and Sunanda GT
Farmers almost unique as a group whose work is so intimately tied with every aspects of their lives and the lives their families often across several generation Isolation, long work days. Climate change economic rationalization and globalization are just some of the many pressure that make farming a vulnerable occupation for incurring mental health issues. And the work and health is particularly pertinent for their livelihood and wellbeing. Topic: ‘A study to subjective wellbeing of farmers in selected village Dharwad district’ Objective: To assess the subjective well being of farmers, to assess level of Subjective wellbeing of farmers. And To find out the association between the level of subjective wellbeing of farmers with socio demographic variables of farmers. Design: Descriptive research design was used for conduct study, and convenience sampling technique was used to draw the samples. Setting: Selected village at Dharwad district. Tool for data collection: i. Socio demographic data sheet ii. Standardized Subjective wellbeing scale, Procedure for data collection: Collecting data by interview method Main outcome measures: Level of Subjective well-being farmers were measured and find association with socio-demographic variables. Results reveals that it was found that there was significantly association between the farmers have you experienced recent failure of bore wells variable and level of subjective wellbeing by one way ANOVA and t Test (t=2.6754, p=0.0087 as the level of p>0.05) and the farmers the amount of debts variables subjective well beings as per Chi-square test (χ2 =11.3020 p=0.0230 at the level of p>0.05).Hence research hypothesis is accepted. The study concludes that among all variables, have you experienced recent failure of bore wells and amount of debt found to be significant.
Shivanand Gejji, Sunanda GT. A study to assess the subjective well being of farmers at selected villages of Dharwad Taluka. Int J Adv Psychiatric Nurs 2022;4(2):121-129. DOI: 10.33545/26641348.2022.v4.i2b.102