- Young widows have more humiliated, harassed, exploited or victimized than the middle-aged widows;
- Ordinarily, widows [8,9] know little about their husband’s business, accounts, certificates, insurance policies, and bonds, and become easy victims of fraudulent schemes fostered by unscrupulous members of their family (of procreation) who try to acquire their inherited property or life-insurance benefits;
- Perpetrators of violence have mostly the members of the husband’s family;
- Of the three most important motives of victimization power, property and sex property has a crucial factor in victimization in lower to high class widows [10,11], sex in the lower class widows [12-14], and power in both the middle class and the lower-class widows;
- Though the authoritarian personality of the mother-in-law and the maladjustment of siblings in law are important etiological factors in the widow’s victimization, the most important factor has widow’s passive timidity; and
- Age, education, and class appear to be significantly correlated to the exploitation of the widows but family composition and family size have little correlation with it.
|Curse word used by approved principal/per short meeting||Curse word used by senior principal/extended meeting beyond prescribe time||Curse word used
by HOD/alternate day
|Curse word used
by non-approved principal/principal cabin meeting
|Curse word used non-teaching senior adult/casual meeting||Curse word used by Principal/inconsistent meeting without agenda||Curse word used
by Principal/Preplanned meeting per month
used Principal/Unplanned meeting
Row 1 describes the potential correlates that were assessed,
Row 2 the distributions of the correlates
Row 3 the correlation for the respective bivariate analysis
Row 5 describes the potential inconsistent correlates that were assessed
Row 6 describes the potential correlates that were assessed consistently recognize
Row 7 describes the potential correlates that were assessed correlation with DV
Row 8 indicates whether the correlate was ultimately retained in the respective domain model (which was run using variables significant at the bivariate level, choosing between highly collinear variables within the domain).
Significant correlations are noted as follows: Where test statistics are not followed by p-values, the correlations were not deemed significant.
This study of 40 homosexual adults aged 24 to 49 years comprised widowed, and cohabiting participants from three occupational groups, and concerned curse risk within this sample. Results indicated high levels of curse words from principal of the college behaviours for more than onequarter of the sample, including each occupational group and relationship type. Barriers to curse use fell into five major categories: Communication Difficulties; Arousal Interference; (perceived lack of) Erotic Potential of curse; Trust Justification; and Practical Difficulties with Curse.
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- Rahul H. “Domestic Violence Perpetration Reporting among Recently-Married Men Residing in Slums Correlate Pharmaceutical Institution in South West Pune, India”. Orthopedics and Sports Medicine: Open Access Journal 1.3 (2018).
- Rahul H. “Understanding academic and educational problems fit for purpose in the contributing to attentional and learning difficulties in our children?” Global Journal of Otolaryngology 11.5 (2017): 555822.
- Rahul H. “Live and let live: acceptance of learning disability of people living with co-educational pharmaceutical institute self-financed and privately managed remote areas in India where stigma and discrimination persist”. Current Opinions in Neurological Science 1.3 (2017): 311-313.
- Hajare R and Shete R. “Process from bio safety working style to accreditation trends driving self-financed private pharmacy institution in remote areas individuals in India”. Journal of Traditional Medicine & Clinical Naturopathy 6 (2017): 230.
- Rahul H. “Why No More Apes Evolving Into Humans”. Research in Medical & Engineering Sciences 4.4 (2018). RMES.000595.
- Rahul Hajare. “The biosafety against privately managed pharmacy institution in Savitribai Phule Pune University is not such a simple shot”. International Journal of Nephrology and Urological Disorders 2.2 (2018): 6-7.
- Rahul H. “Shocking Link of Rapid Rise in Pre-Cancer among the Healthy Adults in Pharmaceutical Institution Pune University India Living With Low Oxygen and Poor Sanitation Environment: Affordable Treatment Rate Three-Times Over”. Global Journal of Addiction & Rehabilitation Medicine 5.5 (2018): 555673.
- Rahul H. “Regulation of Pharmacy Council of India and Assessment of Quality Life Among single Mother-By-Choice ‘Residing in slums Linkage Pharmaceutical Institutions in Pune, India”. Drug Designing & Intellectual Properties International Journal 1.3 (2018).
- Rahul Hajare. “There is no Cure for the Cancer of Stupidity”. Organic and Medicinal Chemistry International Journal 5.1 (2018): 555655.
- Rahul Hajare. “An Attempt to Eradicate Alcohol Dependency from Adult Men in Service Privately Managed Pharmaceutical Institutions in India”. Pharmaceutical Sciences & Analytical Research Journal 1.1 (2018).
- Rahul Hajare. “Safe Sex: The True Principal Health?” Medical Research and Clinical Case Reports 1.2(2018): 79-81.
- Rahul Hajare. “Safe sex: the train your mind (revise)”. General Medicine Open 2.2 (2018): 1-2.
- Rahul Hajare., “Depression‐Level Effectiveness of the Curse Words in Young Adults in Pune University”. Archives of Diabetes & Obesity 1.2 (2018).
- Rahul, H. “Assessment of the Depression‐Level Effectiveness of the Curse Words in Young Adults in Private Co-Educational Pharmaceutical Institutions in Pune University Pharmaceutical Institutions Living With Poor Sanitation, India: A Pre-planned, Causal Pathway‐Based Analysis”. Journal of Gastrointestinal Disorders and Liver function 4.1 (2018): 6-10.
- Rahul H. “A Defence of Unqualified Pharmaceutical Confidentiality”. Global Journal of Addiction & Rehabilitation Medicine 4.3 (2017): 555-636.
- Rahul A Hajare. “90 90 90 Formulas and Symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS) of Adult Men”. Orthopedics and Sports Medicine: Open Access Journal 1.3 (2018).
- Rahul Hajare. “A Short Review on “Social and Behavioural Research: Tool for Identify Alcohol Dependency Adult Men in Service Privately Managed Pharmaceutical Institutions in India’’. Trends in Technical & Scientific Research 1.5 (2018).