Introduction: There are two kinds of mothers who are working outside home; working mother or who are non-working mother (Housewives). Most of the working mothers gave the time to her child may not quantitative but that time may really qualitative. And in case of non-working mothers, they do their domestic work and not only they look after their children but also they take care of all family members. Methods: A non-experimental comparative study was conducted among working mothers and non-working mothers in Baramunda urban community with certain objectives. 1. To evaluate the child-parent relationship among working and non-working mothers. 2. To compare the child-parent relationship between working mothers and non-working mothers. 3. To find out the association between child-parent relationship among working and non-working with selected demographic variables. Total 100 numbers of samples were included in the study through non probability purposive sampling technique. Results: In analysis, study result revealed that the majority 82% of working mothers was having average level of child parent relationship and 76% of non-working mothers were having average level of child parent relationship. Result also evaluated that there was significant association between level of child- parent relationship in working mothers with type of job (χ2=7.027, p=0.008), type of family (χ2=5.767, p=0.016) and the significant association found between level of child-parent relationship in non-working mothers with type of family (χ2=4.778, p=0.043). Discussion: In 2017, Sweta Agrawal explained in her research study that children of non-working mothers possess better social, emotional and home adjustment than children of working mothers. Conclusion: Study concluded that there is average level of child parent relationship among both working and non-working mothers.
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