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|Title||The Relationship between Resiliency and Trauma, Conduct Disorder, and Neuroticism among Palestinian Children in Gaza Strip|
The study aims to investigate the relationship between psychological resiliency and trauma, conduct disorder, PTSD, and neurosis. As well as knowing the level of resiliency among the high school students and to explore the effect of socioeconomic and demographic variables, the type of study, and the religiousness on the level of resiliency. It is analytical descriptive study for 500 children at 6 six different schools inGazacity and north ofGazastrip. The researcher used five questionnaires to see the relation between resiliency and other factors like trauma, PTSD, conduct disorder and neurosis. The results showed that there is a relation between resiliency and conduct disorder, and no relation between resiliency and PTSD, trauma and neurosis. The rate of psychological resiliency was 64.5% which can be considered satisfactory. The results showed also that there is relation between gender and resiliency in favor of females. There is also relation between resiliency and place of residence in favor of the citizens of camps. There is also relation between resiliency and the income rate of the high school students where as the resiliency was in favor of the students whose families' income more than 2000NIS. In the contrast there is no relationship between resiliency and the religiousness and the type of the study. The researcher finally recommends increasing the awareness raising regarding the resiliency and to establish a scientific center specialized in resiliency to be a reference to the people and meant sides that interested in this field.
|Publisher||the islamic university|
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