The Effect of Religious Commitment on Psychological Security: The Case of Female Students at Irbid University College


  •  Naser Ibrahim Alsharah    
  •  Abd-Alnaser Ahmad Alazam    
  •  Nayef Fadous Alhamad    
  •  Faisal Khlaif Al-Sharaah    

Abstract

Both a 75-items and a 30-items scales were used to uncover the relationship between religious commitment and psychological security among a sample of (156) female students in Irbid University College. Answers revealed that female students are religiously committed as they are psychologically secure. The study has found out that academic average, and income influence the degree of religious commitment of sample, but not their psychological security. Meanwhile, the study proved that parents’ religiosity and relationship influence their daughters’ religious commitment and psychological security. In this retrospect, the study suggests to conduct further research that tackle the behavioural (treatment) aspect of religion on students, and father-child relationship, and psychological security.



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  • Issn(Print): 1918-7173
  • Issn(Onlne): 1918-7181
  • Started: 2009
  • Frequency: quarterly

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