The selection of schools was done in a planned manner. The sample selected for this research is 100 pupils of these four systematically selected schools. In addition to the students, the research also includes 25 randomly selected parents.
The instrument used for the study is a questionnaire that contains questions about children's language development and questions about socio-economic status. The questions are scaled-down type with the scale, ordinal and nominal scale. The data were analyzed by the Statistical Packet of Social Sciences - SPSS 21, for which some analyzes were used: frequency analysis, regression analysis and reliability analysis.In this paper it was assumed that the high socio-economic status positively influences the linguistic development of children in elementary schools. Thus, based on the findings of the research according to the frequency analysis and regression analysis, this hypothesis is proved.
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