University of Khartoum

عمل المرأة وعلاقته بالصحة النفسية والتحصيل الدراسي لدى تلاميذ مرحلة التعليم الأساسي بولاية الخرطوم

عمل المرأة وعلاقته بالصحة النفسية والتحصيل الدراسي لدى تلاميذ مرحلة التعليم الأساسي بولاية الخرطوم

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Title: عمل المرأة وعلاقته بالصحة النفسية والتحصيل الدراسي لدى تلاميذ مرحلة التعليم الأساسي بولاية الخرطوم
Author: حسين, فادية سليمان
Abstract: This research studies the women's work and its impact on children's psychological health and academic performance in the basic education schools in Khartoum State.The researcher uses correlation descriptive method and interviews with the students in Khartoum State Basic Education Schools for the academic year 2016-2017. Out of the population of 270030 students, a sample of 563 students from both sexes were randomly selected, who form about 2% of the population studied.The researcher uses Psychological Health Measurement of SalahFouad Makkawi (2012). The data is manipulated by using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) by applying (t) test for one sample, (t) test for independent sample, Pearson correlation coefficient, Spearman correlation coefficient, Alpha Cronbach formula, Chi-square test, Tuckey test and one way ANOVA. The results show that the physiological health is high among basic education pupils of working mothers, and the presence of significant differences among primary students in physiological health attributed to gender, type of school, mother's kind of work, and mother's educational level. There was statistically significant inverse relationship between physiological health and academic perfomance, and number of siblings. There was also statistically significant realationship between mothers’ work, academic achievement, number of siblings and academic achievement.The study recommendations include the following: working parents should provide the best environment and have direct link with their children to improve physiological their well-being and academic achievement at home and school; understand and solve their children problems in academic performance. It also recommends the necessity of employing psychologists in primary schools to help students to focus on their studies
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/26110


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