PUSH AND PULL FACTORS OF NEGATIVE SOCIAL BEHAVIOURS AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Education is considered critical for both showing positive behaviour and regulating negative social behaviour and affecting the social attitudes by improving one's ability to perceive others. Hence, this research examined the push and pull factors of Negative Social Behaviour among secondary school students. In this research, we collect data over two self-developed questionnaires. Thus, total 500 students (252 female, 248 male) and 120 teachers (60 male, 60 female) from 04 districts of Punjab were selected conveniently. The EFA revealed 06 dimensions possibly be extracted from two questionnaires designed for the students and teachers separately. Multilevel analyses mean SD, Pearson correlation, and independent-sample t-test were performed. Findings reveal that parents’ conflicts, peer’ bullying, teachers’ insulting behaviours and students’ sarcastic attitude are the major push factors that cause de-motivation and promote NSB among students. These factors severely influence students’ personality, and as a result, students lost study interest, behave roughly and violate the institutions’ rules.