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Title: Islamic Jurisprudence Knowledge and its relationship with some personality traits among secondary school students in Kuwait
Other Titles: المعارف عن فقه الدين الإسلامي وعلاقتها ببعض سمات الشخصية لدى طلاب المدارس الثانوية الحكومية بدولة الكويت
Authors: هيا محمد العلندا 
Supervisor: أ.د. بدر محمد الأنصاري
Keywords: Islamic Jurisprudence Knowledge and its relationship with some personality traits among secondary school students in Kuwait optimism religiosity depression anxiety jurisprudence
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher:  Kuwait university - college of graduate studies
Abstract: This study aimed to explore the relationship between Islamic jurisprudence knowledge and happiness, optimism, anxiety, depression and religiosity. The study also looks for the differences between both genders and between the students of both scientific and art sections in the Islamic jurisprudence knowledge. The study used a sample of (1371) individuals (623 males), (784 Females) in the Grade (12) of secondary governmental schools in Kuwait . Participants responded to the following scales: Islamic jurisprudence knowledge Scale, Oxford Happiness Inventory, Optimism Scale derived from Arabian list for Optimism and Pessimism, Religiosity Scale, Kuwait University Anxiety Scale and Beck Depression Inventory – II . The result revealed that there is no significant correlation between Islam jurisprudence knowledge and both happiness and optimism. While they were significant and negative correlation with anxiety and depression. Moreover, there was significant and positive correlation with religiosity . The result revealed no significant differences between males and females in the total score and the percentage rate of the students who passed the Islamic jurisprudence knowledge scale. While a significant difference were shown between scientific and art sections in the total score and the percentage of the passers in the Islamic jurisprudence knowledge scale favoring the scientific section students . On the other side, there were no significant interaction effects of both gender (males & females) and career sections (scientific & arts) on Islamic jurisprudence knowledge scale. In addition, the Islamic jurisprudence knowledge mean of the current sample was significantly less than the hypothetical mean .
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