A Correlational Study of Belief In A Just World on Assertiveness and Wellbeing Among Young Adults.
This study aims to find the relationship of belief in a just world on assertiveness and wellbeing among young adults, aged between 18-25. The study consists of a total sample of (N= 60) among which 30 were male participants and 30 were female participants. The data was collected by using Belief in a Just world scale, Rathus Assertiveness scale and General well-being scale, following which the data was analyzed using Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS). Spearman rank order correlation was used. The results of the study indicate that there was no significant correlation between belief in a just world and assertiveness among female young adults but a strong correlation was found among male sample. There was a positive correlation between belief in a just world and wellbeing among young adults, a moderate relationship was found among female sample and a strong relationship between belief in a just world and wellbeing was found among male sample.