Adaptation, family cohesion and happiness among tenth-grade students in Irbid governorate

Volume 9, Issue 1, Article 18 - 2021

Authors: Shuroog M. Maabreh;Anas R. Al-Masri

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Abstract

This study aimed to identify the relationship between adaptation, family cohesion and happiness among tenth grade students in Irbid Governorate, and to gauge the differences between them according to gender, the level of mother’s education, and the level of father’s education, based on a sample of (381) students. The results of the study showed that there was a positive statistically significant relationship between adaptation, family cohesion, and degrees of happiness. The result also showed that there were statistically significant differences in feeling happy attributable to the gender variable and the level of the father's education, in favor of male variable whose educational level is less than the secondary education. The results showed that there were statistically significant differences attributable to the gender variable in family adaptation, and the differences were in favor of males. And there were statistically significant differences attributable to the variable level of mother’s education in family adaptation; as well as there were statistically significant differences attributed to the variable level of father’s education in all fields. The results showed that there was a statistically significant effect of happiness on cohesion and family adaptation, which means that increase degree in happiness, will lead to an increase in family cohesion and adaptation by (0.0806).

How To Cite This Article

Maabreh, Shuroog M. & Al-Masri, Anas R. (2021). “Adaptation, family cohesion and happiness among tenth-grade students in Irbid governorate”. International Journal of Educational & Psychological Studies, 9(1): 293-304
https://doi.org/DOI:10.31559/EPS2021.9.1.18