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|Title||Psychological flexibility and motivation of academic achievement among high school students after the Israeli 2014 invasion to Gaza|
|Title in Arabic||المرونة النفسية ودافع الانجاز الدراسي لدى طلبة المرحلة الثانوية بعد العدوان الإسرائيلي على غزة|
The present study aims to reveal the relationship between psychological flexibility and motivation of academic achievement among secondary school students after the Israeli invasion to Gaza, differences studied related to the following three variables (gender, exposure to injury during the invasion, the death of a family member). Results revealed a moderate overall level of psychological flexibility; relative weight (60.55), a difference in the level of psychological flexibility in variables; "gender, and the death of a family member," in favor of the male students in the first "gender", and to those who did not loss any of family members for the second, while there was no difference in the level of psychological flexibility to variable "exposure to injury during the invasion". On the other hand, there was moderate overall degree of motivation of academic achievement with relative weight (63.04), and the results also showed; difference in the degree of motivation of academic achievement of the previously mentioned variables, in favor to male students, not exposed to injury during the invasion, and to those who did not loss one of family members. Results also revealed that there is a proportional correlation between psychological flexibility and the motivation of academic achievement. The authors discuss the results and formulate recommendations related to the subject literature and previous studies.
|Published in||التداعيات التربوية والنفسية للعدوان على غزة|
|Publisher||الجامعة الإسلامية - غزة|
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