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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ44878

The level of Self-Development among Mosul University students and its relationship to some variables

Nashwan Abdu AL-Kreme Yahiya, Saad Ghanim Ali AL-Fatah


The study aims to identify the level of self-development among students of the University of Mosul and its relationship to some variables according to the two variables: gender (male-female), specialization (scientific, human), and academic level (second, fourth). The population of this study consisted of (1000) male and female students (500) male and (500) female students who were randomly selected from the colleges of the University of Mosul for the academic year (2021-2022). To achieve the aims of the research, the researcher has built a self-development scale that consists of (41) items with five alternatives (always, often, sometimes, little, rarely). The researcher verified the apparent and discriminatory honesty, the internal consistency of the scale, and the stability of the scale using the re-test method, as the Pearson correlation coefficient was (0.85). The data were treated statistically by using the statistical bag for social sciences (SPSS), which included a set of statistical methods, including (t-test for one sample, t-test for two independent samples, Pearson's correlation coefficient, and t-test for the significance of the correlation coefficient). In light of the results, the researcher came up with a number of recommendations the most important of which are:1) Working on forming positive trends in society in general and among university students in particular.2) Emphasizing the importance of participation and respect, regardless of the degree of cultural or ethnic variation, good morals, training, guiding and encouraging students to accept each other, which increases the level of effectiveness and development of the moral self among university students.


self-development, students of university, variables.

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