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Effect of mothers' employment on students' school performance & conduct disorders’ symptoms in El-Manar 2ry school - Khartoum 2008

Effect of mothers' employment on students' school performance & conduct disorders’ symptoms in El-Manar 2ry school - Khartoum 2008

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Title: Effect of mothers' employment on students' school performance & conduct disorders’ symptoms in El-Manar 2ry school - Khartoum 2008
Author: Abdelmohsen, Maha
Abstract: This study is concerned about the effect of mother’s employment on the teenagers regarding conduct disorder and school performance. Its data is collected through questioner that was given to El-Manar secondary school students males and females. I choose El-manar school to exclude socioeconomic differences as it’s private school. The study investigates how maternal employment is related to symptoms of conduct disorder and how it affects school performance. The study focuses on the circumstances of the work regarding since when mother starts to work regarding child’s age ( asses if there is maternal separation problems ), as well as, the study investigates the relation between number of working days per week and working hours per day to the conduct disorder symptoms and school performance. This is also study is interested on the caregiver in case of mother’s absence and the quality of this care. Using cross-tabulation and chi-square test for analysis, evidence is found of relation in some conduct disorder symptoms differ from males and females, while there is no relation to school performance where other factors affect it like mother’s education. More research and analysis of this area is necessary to uncover the complex interplay of the variables.
Description: Effect of mothers' employment on students' school performance & conduct disorders’ symptoms in El-Manar 2ry school - Khartoum 2008
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1735
Date: 2008


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