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Original article | International Journal of Educational Researchers 2011, Vol. 2(2) 1-9

Student’s Opinions Of Kuwait University’s Role In The Disseminate Of Societal Culture

Rashed Al-Sahel & Mahammad Al-Abdulghafour

pp. 1 - 9   |  Manu. Number: ijers.2011.003

Published online: July 01, 2011  |   Number of Views: 106  |  Number of Download: 399


Abstract

Values and beliefs of any society are considered as ones of the important issues for the identification of the society, and it is one of the main roles of higher education institutes to develop and enhance these values and beliefs among students. Kuwait University is regarded as one of the important institutes of higher education in Kuwait. Therefore, it is responsible to enhance the societal values and beliefs of the society among students.

There were two aims of this study. The first aim was that, according to the students' opinions to what extent that Kuwait University has disseminated the societal culture among the students. The second aim was that to what extent that there are significant differences between students of the sample regarding their sex and their field of study. The researchers built a questionnaire for this purpose. The questionnaire was divided to three parts; part one for the role of community courses that Kuwait University teaches them for the dissemination of societal culture, part two for the role of faculties in the dissemination of societal culture and part three for the role of students' activities in the dissemination of societal culture.

The results indicated that the university students learned societal culture more significantly than they learned from the role of faculties and from students’ activities. In the other hand, there was no significant difference between the role of faculties and students’ activities in the dissemination of societal culture among students. The results also indicated that there were no significant differences between boys and girls in learning societal culture from students’ activities or from faculties. Both indicated close level of affect in developing societal culture among boys and girls. On the other hand, girls showed significant differences than boys in learning societal culture regarding community courses. But there was no significant differences between boys and girls in learning societal culture regarding students’ activities and faculties, Finally, the results showed that there was no significant differences between students in their opinions about the university’s role in disseminations the societal culture regarding the students’ fields.

Keywords: Culture, Societal, Kuwait, University, Students


How to Cite this Article?

APA 6th edition
Al-Sahel, R. & Al-Abdulghafour, M. (2011). Student’s Opinions Of Kuwait University’s Role In The Disseminate Of Societal Culture . International Journal of Educational Researchers , 2(2), 1-9.

Harvard
Al-Sahel, R. and Al-Abdulghafour, M. (2011). Student’s Opinions Of Kuwait University’s Role In The Disseminate Of Societal Culture . International Journal of Educational Researchers , 2(2), pp. 1-9.

Chicago 16th edition
Al-Sahel, Rashed and Mahammad Al-Abdulghafour (2011). "Student’s Opinions Of Kuwait University’s Role In The Disseminate Of Societal Culture ". International Journal of Educational Researchers 2 (2):1-9.

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