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الأمن النفسي وعلاقته بتقدير الذات لطلاب المرحلة الثانوية الأكاديمية الخاصة بمحلية الخرطوم بحري

الأمن النفسي وعلاقته بتقدير الذات لطلاب المرحلة الثانوية الأكاديمية الخاصة بمحلية الخرطوم بحري

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Title: الأمن النفسي وعلاقته بتقدير الذات لطلاب المرحلة الثانوية الأكاديمية الخاصة بمحلية الخرطوم بحري
Author: عامر, سيدة حسن محمد
Abstract: This research aims to identify psychological security and its relationship with self-esteem in high school students in the locality of Khartoum North according to gender and academic grade variables. To achieve this aim, the researcher used the correlational descriptive methodology. The research community was the first, second and third year students from private high schools in the locality of Khartoum North. The total sample size (395) students; (197) males and (198) females, and were chosen using the stratified random method. The research tools were primary data questionnaires designed by the researcher to identify both of the gender and academic grade. (Shadia Al-Tel &IsamAbubakra: 1994)’s psychological security scale, as well as (Hasan Al-Derainy and Mohammed Salama 1983)’s. Data was analyzed using Statistical Package for the Social Science (SPSS) using the following tests which are: (T) test for one sample and (T) test for two independent samples, as well as (one-way analysis of variance) test, (Pearson’s Correlation coefficient) test. The researcher reached the following results: The general characteristic of the psychological security of private high school students in the locality of Khartoum North are high to a statistically significant degree. There are statistically significant differences in psychological security varying according to gender in favor of the male students. There are no statistically significant differences in any of the self-esteem aspects between the students according to gender. There are no statistically significant differences in any of the aspects of psychological security according to the academic grade. There are no statistically significant differences in any of the aspects of psychological security and its relationship with self-esteem. Based on these results, the researcher gave a number of recommendations, the most important of which are; it is important to keep the levels of psychological security and self-esteem by providing psychological, preventive, developmental and therapeutic services through incorporating psychological counselors in schools. Parents should also be aware of their children’s psychology and their self-esteem. They should also work on developing their children’s positive attitudes so that they can accept themselves.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25835


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