International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies

Volume 3 - Issue 1 (1) | PP: 1 - 24 Language : العربية
DOI : 10.12816/0047955
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Coping With Stress Styles Among Battered students Wives And Their Relation With Perceived Self – Efficacy

Khadeja Hussien Salman
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
8/11/2017 15/11/2017 27/11/2017 14/1/2018
Abstract
As the married students of Education Faculty of different Baiathn represent an important segment of society (the wives and mothers of the family and teachers after graduation) and officials to prepare generations of students, so must they carry the burden of responsibility and change the face of the pressures of life in ways that return them to the psychological and social consensus in order to achieve the progress of society. So the current research aimed at knawing: 1. coping with stress styles used by the battered students wives. 2. level of perceived self-efficacy among battered students wives. 3. The relationship between the coping with stress styles and the perceived self-efficacy . To achieve the aims of the current research, the researcher has adopted (Mkrlovi Yamina 2015) scale which applied to Algerian environment to measure coping with stress styles, which included six dimensions (face the problem, social support, emotion ( aggression), recourse to religion, acceptance, which consists in its final form (37), after adjustment (36)item, and she also adapted, (al-Khafaji, 2013) scale to measure perceived self-efficacy which consists in its final form (33)item and (28) after adjustment. After calculated the validity and reliability of all these two scales. the researcher applying them on a sample of (200) battered students wives in the College of Education/ Mustansiriya University of which chosen purposely. The results showed that students in general are use (face or solve the problem, receptivity, religious & spiritual support) to cope with stress more than the rest of the coping with stress styles , and the results also showed that the sample have a good level of perceived self- efficacy, The relationship between the coping with stress styles and perceived self-efficacy has showed that perceived selfefficacy associated positively with (face or solve the problem receptivity, social support , and religious & spiritual support) while associated inversely with other styles. In the light of these results the researcher presented a set of recommendation and suggestions for future studies.


How To Cite This Article
Salman , K. H. (2018). Coping With Stress Styles Among Battered students Wives And Their Relation With Perceived Self – Efficacy . International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies, 3 (1), 1-24, 10.12816/0047955

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