Volume 8, Issue 20, Pages 107-135
Liberal thinking and its relation to protest behavior among university students.
research goals :
The current research aims to identify:
1- The degree of liberal thinking among university students.
2 - The degree of statistical differences in the thinking of liberal university students according to the variables of sex (male - female) and specialization (scientific - human).
3 - the degree of protest behavior among university students.
4 - The statistically significant differences in the behavior of the protest among university students according to gender variable (male - female) and specialization (scientific - human).
5. The correlation between liberal thinking and protest behavior
In order to achieve these goals, the researcher built two measures of the first of the thinking of liberation and the second of the behavior of the protest, and the validity of each of them was extracted, as well as the power of excellence. The two measures were applied to a sample of 400 students who were selected in a simple random manner with proportional distribution. For one sample, the analysis of the binary variance, the coefficient of correlation and the T coefficient of correlation, the Pearson correlation coefficient, and the regression coefficient, the researcher reached the following results:
1. University students enjoy liberal thinking.
2 - There are no statistically significant differences in liberal thinking according to gender variable (male - female) and specialization (scientific - human).
3. Students of the University shall enjoy the conduct of the protest.
4 - There are statistically significant differences in the behavior of the protest according to the gender variable (male - female) and in favor of males as there are no statistically significant differences according to the variable of specialization (scientific - human).
5. There is a positive correlative relation between statistical thinking and protest behavior. The researcher then made a number of recommendations and proposals.
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