The present research was aimed to find the association between personal networking, social exclusion,and social well being among transgenders. Under the quantitative approach of study, the correlational design of there search was employed to evaluate the affiliation amid personal networking and social well being. Systematic sampling techniques and strategy were used to collect data of 350 transgender people having age ranges (18-60) years from four different zones of Lahore, the capital city of Punjab province, in Pakistan. Sample size, inclusion, and exclusion characteristics were considered while selecting a sample of the study. De Jong Gierveld Scale for social well being was used to measure various attributes of the social circle. A merged scale of Russel for loneliness, personal networking,and Lubben Social Networking scale was used to measure the personal networking of Transgender. The prejudice social exclusion scale was used to measure experiences of social exclusion from their own families and society/public by the Transgender. All three scales had excellent reliability and validity. Results will be implemented to interventional plans to increase social acceptance and contributions of Transgender towards society to increase their set-worth and confidence.
1-Muhammad Faisal Majeed Department of Sociology, Institute of Social and Cultural Studies University of Punjab, Punjab, Pakistan.2-Farhan Navid Yousaf Department of Sociology, Institute of Social and Cultural Studies University of Punjab, Punjab, Pakistan.
Personal Networking, Transgender, Social Exclusion, Social Wellbeing, Policies, Social Networking