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Title: دور مواقع التواصل الاجتماعي في تعزيز القيم الاجتماعية لدى طلبة الجامعات الفلسطينية و سبل تطويره
Authors: اسليم, نور
الاغا, أميرة
Keywords: مواقع التواصل
الاجتماعي
تعزيز
القيم الاجتماعية
طلبة
الجامعات الفلسطينية
سبل تطويره
Issue Date: 30-Sep-2017
Abstract: The aim of this research was to identify the role of social networking sites in promoting social values among Palestinian university students and to propose ways to develop this role. In order to achieve this aim, the two researchers used the descriptive-analytical approach. A questionnaire consisting of (28) items, divided into three domains was prepared and randomly distributed to (220) students of Palestine University and the Islamic University of Gaza Strip during the academic year (2016-2017). The results indicated that the overall score of the role of social media sites in promoting social values among students was large with a percentage 2 weight of (75.00%). The results also showed that there were no statistically significant differences at the level of (α ≤ 0.05) between the mean scores of the sample members’ estimates of the role of the social media sites in in promoting social values attributed to the variable of (gender, faculty, number of hours of use of the sites daily). However, there were differences in the university variable in favor of Palestine University’s students. In order to develop the role of the sites, the study recommended - directing the media to promote the values of citizenship and belonging in the students, designing electronic (value-based) social pages, especially for university students aimed at raising their interests through following up good community role models in various fields and disciplines. In addition, the study recommended holding technological courses specialized in the proper use of social media sites and social networking with civil institutions via these sites. All of these activities should be in coordination with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education.
Description: The aim of this research was to identify the role of social networking sites in promoting social values among Palestinian university students and to propose ways to develop this role. In order to achieve this aim, the two researchers used the descriptive-analytical approach. A questionnaire consisting of (28) items, divided into three domains was prepared and randomly distributed to (220) students of Palestine University and the Islamic University of Gaza Strip during the academic year (2016-2017). The results indicated that the overall score of the role of social media sites in promoting social values among students was large with a percentage 2 weight of (75.00%). The results also showed that there were no statistically significant differences at the level of (α ≤ 0.05) between the mean scores of the sample members’ estimates of the role of the social media sites in in promoting social values attributed to the variable of (gender, faculty, number of hours of use of the sites daily). However, there were differences in the university variable in favor of Palestine University’s students. In order to develop the role of the sites, the study recommended - directing the media to promote the values of citizenship and belonging in the students, designing electronic (value-based) social pages, especially for university students aimed at raising their interests through following up good community role models in various fields and disciplines. In addition, the study recommended holding technological courses specialized in the proper use of social media sites and social networking with civil institutions via these sites. All of these activities should be in coordination with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education.
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