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الضغوط النفسية وعلاقتها بالسعادة لدي زوجات المغتربين بقطاع الحاج يوسف شرق

الضغوط النفسية وعلاقتها بالسعادة لدي زوجات المغتربين بقطاع الحاج يوسف شرق

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Title: الضغوط النفسية وعلاقتها بالسعادة لدي زوجات المغتربين بقطاع الحاج يوسف شرق
Author: محمود, أروى جمال الدين
Abstract: This research aims to investigate psychological stresses and its relationship with happiness and some other variables, including age, years of husband’s expatriation, and existence of children by the wives among the expatriates’ wives living in Hajj Yousif - Eastern Sector. The researcher adopts the descriptive-correlation method to achieve these objectives. Purposive sampling method is applied to select a sample of 150 wives. The researcher uses the following scale to collect the data of the present research: psychological stresses scale designed by Abd- Al Sattar Ibrahim and Radwa Ibrahim (2003), the scale of happiness designed by Horyia Ibrahim (2012), and bibliographical data sheet. Statistical Package for Social Sciences is applied to analyze the data of this research by using T-test for one sample, T-test for two samples, and Pearson correlation coefficients. The most important results of the study are the following: Psychological Stress was statistically high among the study population at significance level 0.05; happiness was also statistically high among the study subjects at S.L. 0.05. There is no statistically correlation between psychological stresses and happiness among them at S.L. 0.05; likewise, there is no statistically correlation between psychological stresses and age, years of hunsband’s expatriation at S.L. 0.05. There are no statistically significant differences in existences of children by the wives at S.L. 0.05. Finally, the researcher suggested some recommendations, including designing of counseling awareness programs for the wives of expatriates’ husband to cope with the stresses.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25616


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