University of Khartoum

تحليل مضمون الأوراق والبحوث العلمية المحكمة في توطين علم نفس الموهبة والتفوق في العالم العربي

تحليل مضمون الأوراق والبحوث العلمية المحكمة في توطين علم نفس الموهبة والتفوق في العالم العربي

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Title: تحليل مضمون الأوراق والبحوث العلمية المحكمة في توطين علم نفس الموهبة والتفوق في العالم العربي
Author: لبنى مختار عبد الله, البنا
Abstract: This research aimed to measure the degree of indigenization in psychology of giftedness and talent in Arab World. To achieve this aim the researcher used content analysis as a method and instrument. The research population included all studies of talent and giftedness from peer reviewed periodicals, and conferences in the Arab world (2000-2009). (70) Studies were selected randomly, frequencies and percentages were used to analyze the data statistically. The research showed that: the most studied subjects were the behavioral characteristics and personality traits (20.7%) and most of the researchers have used descriptive methods (80%) and most of the sample sizes were small "less than one hundred" (47.1%); (72.9%) of the members of the sample were male and female, and the primary school participants represented the highest percent (27.1%); the researchers focused on the use of facial validity (55.9%) and used the internal consistency to determine the reliability (40%); both averages and "t" test represented the highest rate (17.6%). The research revealed that the reliance on books (48,8%), periodicals (29.9%), theses (12,4%), conferences (3, 7%), reports, seminars and files (2,9%) and websites (2,3%). Concerning modernity of references, the period (1991 - 2009) represented the highest rates of recent sources with overall percent of (41,7%) and (41,6%) respectively. The findings revealed low degree of cultural sensitivity in the use of measurements (20%); with an increase in validity and reliability degrees (81,4%) and (80%) respectively, and usually foreign measurements used with its' standardizations (31,4%), and used students' samples (81.4%). The degree of cultural sensitivity in using Arab sources (22.9%), and (20, 5%) in the discussion of results; and the percent of the international collective goals (68,5%), with no mention of indigenization in (72,9%), and no cross-cultural debate (71,4%), and lack of holistic treatment (64.3%), and absence of criticism of West concepts and methods (94.3%). Finally, the research revealed general decrease in the degree of culture sensitivity in the psychology of talent and giftedness in the Arab World
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/12362
Date: 2015-06-15


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