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Title: Manifest Content to Humans' Relations between Students and Faculty Staff Members at the University
Authors: katalo, kamel
Keywords: Keywords: Manifest content, Humans' relations.
Issue Date: Mar-2016
Publisher: Jordan Journal of Social Sciences
Citation: katalo,K.,H.(2016).Manifest Content to Humans' Relations between Students and Faculty Staff Members ,at the University,Jordan Journal of Social Sciences,Vol.9,No.3.
Series/Report no.: Vol.9,No.3;345-358
Abstract: ABSTRACT This study aims at identifying university students' points of view regarding human relations between students and faculty staff members at the university to show similarities and differences between their images regarding these relations and to understand how students at Hebron and Bethlehem universities look at them. The analytical descriptive methodology, in addition to content analysis was used and a sample of 243 students from both universities was chosen. The results showed that, human stances between students and academic staff members in Hebron and Bethlehem universities was moderate. There was a similarity between students of Bethlehem and Hebron universities towards human relations with 63% positive for each. There are significant differences between students' point of view on human relations between students and academic staff members. In addition to that, there are statistical significant differences between the point of view of students in humanities and scientific colleges but showed no statistical differences between them on human relations. The study results were discussed and interpreted in the light of previous studies and some recommendations were presented. Keywords: Manifest content, Humans' relations.
Description: An article in Psychologyز Manifest content, Humans' relations
ISSN: 2071-9728
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