Search for Articles:

Recently Published: Neonatal Outcome of Newborns Admitted in a Tertiary Level Hospital, Nepal          ||          A Study Aimed to Assess the Knowledge of Antenatal Mothers regarding Janani Suraksha Yojana          ||          Personalized Drug Delivery System to Treat Arrhythmia          ||          Effects of Green Tea on Activity of ?-Glucosidase in Vitro and Glycaemic Index of White Bread in Vivo          ||          Security Challenges and Solutions in MongoDB          ||          Serum Prolactin, Thyroid Stimulating Hormone and Thyroid Hormones (FT3, FT4) Concentrations in Female Patients with Infertility: An Institutional Study          ||          Mental Health, Dynamic Psychology and Personal Management          ||          Unconscious Biases as a Result of Distinction in Political Psychology          ||          Role of Hysteroscopy to Improve Live Birth Rate among Secondary Infertile Couples          ||          Moderating Effect of Access to Capital on the Relationship between Financial Literacy and Firm Survival          ||         

Recently Downloaded: Growth of E-Banking in India          ||          Personalized Drug Delivery System to Treat Arrhythmia          ||          Junk Food and Associated Health Hazards          ||          Personalized Drug Delivery System to Treat Arrhythmia          ||          Personalized Drug Delivery System to Treat Arrhythmia          ||          Ulcer of the Mucosal Fold: An Unusual Complication of Laparoscopic Greater Curvature Plication          ||          Analysis on Impacts of High Temperature on Porosity and Compressive Quality of FC          ||          Fake Product Review Detection and Removal          ||          Smart Traveller System          ||          Personalized Drug Delivery System to Treat Arrhythmia          ||          The Effect of Organizational Climate and Compensation on Job Satisfaction and Employee Turnover Intention          ||          Recent Research and Advancement in Civil Engineering          ||          Effects of Green Tea on Activity of ?-Glucosidase in Vitro and Glycaemic Index of White Bread in Vivo          ||          Ulcer of the Mucosal Fold: An Unusual Complication of Laparoscopic Greater Curvature Plication          ||          Ulcer of the Mucosal Fold: An Unusual Complication of Laparoscopic Greater Curvature Plication          ||          Ulcer of the Mucosal Fold: An Unusual Complication of Laparoscopic Greater Curvature Plication          ||          Time Management Skills Vital for Young Professionals          ||          Classroom Techniques and Tasks for Teaching Speaking          ||          A Survey on Nature Inspired Algorithms for Virtual Machine Optimization          ||          "Digital Dementia" - The Dark Side of using Technology          ||         


Relationship between Self-Concept and Aggressive Behavior among Deaf Students

Maaly Ibrahim Elmalky, Rasha Kamal Sweelam, Lobna Elsayed Sallam

Abstract: Hearing, language and speaking are the fundamental elements of communication. Communication difficulties among deaf adolescents can lead to significant interruptions in psycho-social development of the individuals. The study aimed to examine the relationship between self-concept and aggressive behavior among deaf adolescence. Descriptive correlational design was used to achieve the purpose of this study. This study was conducted at Al Amal School for deaf students in Shebin Elkom city, Menufia Governorate. A convenience sample of 60 deaf students from the above mentioned settings were recruited. Three Tools were used for data collections as :( 1) structured interview questionnaire to assess demographic data, (2) Self-concept scale to measure self-concept and (3) Aggression scale to measure level of aggression among students. Results reveals that near to half of the studied sample have low self-concept, near to two third of the studied sample have moderate aggression, there is highly significant negative correlation between self-concept and total mean score of aggression .This is mean when self-concept increase aggression decrease and there is highly statistical significant difference between gender and both of self-concept and level of aggression among the studied sample. Based on the study finding it was concluded that, there was higher statistical significant difference between male and female among deaf students regarding self-concept and level of aggression. There was highly significant negative correlation between self-concept and total mean score of aggression Recommendation: Stress management and assertiveness training program should be given to those students to minimize level of aggression and improve their self-concept.

Keywords: Aggression - Self-concept deaf students

Country: Saudi Arabia, Subject Area: Nursing and Health Professions

Pages: 627 - 634

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019

How to Cite this Article?

Maaly Ibrahim Elmalky, Rasha Kamal Sweelam, Lobna Elsayed Sallam, "Relationship between Self-Concept and Aggressive Behavior among Deaf Students", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v8i6/show_abstract.php?id=ART20198490, Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019, 627 - 634

Download PDF


Viewed 64 times.

Downloaded 23 times.