Positive Thinking & Good Citizenship Culture: From the Jordanian Universities Students' Points of View

Amani Ghazi Jarrar

Abstract


This study aims at identifying the nature of the relationship between the mode of thinking among the students of Jordanian Universities if positive, and the extent to which that is related to their culture of citizenship, and therefore their positive practices towards the community. A sample of (654) students were selected randomly. And to achieve the objectives of the study, a questionnaire was developed consisting of (40) items distributed in two areas: culture of good citizenship, and positive thinking. The results showed that Jordanian University students showed a high degree of awareness in the culture of citizenship, and that the level of positive thinking prevailing among the students was high.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ies.v6n4p183

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