The research aims to identify the imaginary interdependence among university students and the statistically significant differences according to the variable of gender (male/female) and specialization (scientific/human), where the sample size was (378) male and female students who were chosen by the stratified random method with a proportional distribution, from six colleges and distributed by (146) males (39%) and females (232) (61%) and according to the specialization, where the number of students in the scientific specialization was (163) at (43%) and the humanitarian specialization (215) at the rate of (57%) and the correlation scale was applied The imaginary prepared by the researchers, which consists of (34) paragraphs and five alternatives on the Likert scale on the research sample. The psychometric and descriptive characteristics of the scale were extracted. After statistical processing of the data, the results reached a good level of imaginary interdependence among university students and statistically significant differences according to the gender variable and the differences Statistically significant according to the specialization variable.
Fadel, Noor Abbas and Hammadi, Hussein Rabie
"Imaginary Interconnection among university students,"
Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences: Vol. 1
, Article 5.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55384/2790-4237.1206
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