Meaning in Life and Psychological Well-Being among Flood Victims in Pakistan: The Moderating Role of Resilience
Here in this post, we are sharing the article on “Meaning in Life and Psychological Well-Being among Flood Victims in Pakistan: The Moderating Role of Resilience”. You can read the abstract of the article with a download link. We have thousands of articles in our collection (See articles). You can demand us any article related to psychology through our community, and we will provide you within a short time. Keep visiting Psychology Roots.
Abstract of the Article
The main purpose of the present research is to examine the role of psychological wellbeing, meaning in life and the moderating role of resilience among the flood victims. Natural disasters or catastrophes are having a high impact and harmful event, rooted in the natural processes of earth and Pakistan has witnessed these floods in 2007 and 2010.
A cross-sectional survey research design was used for the present study and a sample size of 400 flood victims (natural disasters) of two districts of Punjab Province was selected. The age of the sample ranged from 25 to 55 years. The measurement scale to collect data from the respondents includes; a) Meaning in Life Questionnaire, b) The Ego Resiliency Scale (ER89), and c) Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-being Scale.
The study findings revealed that resilience was a moderator between psychological well-being and meaning in life among female and male flood victims in the selected districts. The study recommended that treatment plans should be designed, including psychotherapeutic interventions and counselling strategies for victims of flood to rehabilitate effectively through clinical settings by counselling.
Authors of the Article
- Mazhar Iqbal Bhatti
- Asghar Ali Shah
Need Any Other Article:
Are you looking for any other article? Don’t Worry, We provide you free and quickly. Just need to create a query in our community.
The purpose of our website is only to help students to assist them in finding the best suitable instrument for their research especially in Pakistan where students waste a lot of time in search of the instruments. It is totally free of cost and only for creating awareness and assisting students and researchers for good researches. Moreover, it is necessary for you to take the permission of scales from their representative authors before use because copyrights are reserved by the respected authors.
Help Us Improve This Article
Did you find an inaccuracy? We work hard to provide accurate and scientifically reliable information. If you have found an error of any kind, please let us know.
Add comment. we appropriate your effort.
Share with Us
If you have any scale or any material related to psychology kindly share it with us at [email protected]. We help others on behalf of you.