The Relative Contribution Of Perceived University Climate Quality To Technological Prediction Of Citizenship Values Among University Students

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  • A. Teleb
  • A. M. Ibrahim
  • A. S. Abdelmagid
  • M. M. Abdelrazek

Abstract

The current research aimed to identify the nature of the correlation between the perceived university climate quality and citizenship values, and to verify the relative contribution degree of the perceived university climate quality in predicting citizenship values among University students. To achieve the research objectives, the descriptive method was used, in both its descriptive and comparative aspects. The researchers also prepared a scale for the perceived university climate quality, and a scale of citizenship values for university students. The research sample consisted of 134 students (67 males and 67 females), whose ages ranged between (18-45) years, and who belonged to various programs at King Khalid University. The research concluded with the following findings: There is a positive statistically significant correlation between the perceived university climate quality and citizenship values. In addition, the perceived university climate quality contributes to predicting citizenship values among the research sample, and several recommendations and proposals were presented within the research.

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2024-03-14

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Teleb, A. ., Ibrahim, A. M. ., Abdelmagid, A. S. ., & Abdelrazek, M. M. . (2024). The Relative Contribution Of Perceived University Climate Quality To Technological Prediction Of Citizenship Values Among University Students. Migration Letters, 21(S8), 1064–1076. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/9538

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