The relationship of social tension with self-sabotage for behaviorally disturbed students

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Ashwak Saber Nasser, Rafid Sabah al - Tamimi


The current research aims at identifying the behaviorally disturbed middle school students and their social tension. It also aims at identifying the self-sabotage of the behaviorally disturbed students and the nature of the relationship between social tension and self-sabotage. This research was limited to middle school students in middle schools affiliated to the 3rd Education Directorate of Karkh for the academic year (2020-2021). They were (500) male and female students, (250) females and (250) males. In order to achieve the objectives of the research, the researchers built a tension scale social and self-sabotage and the adoption of the behavioral disorder diagnosis scale. Validity and stability were extracted for it. The researchers used the T-test for two independent samples, the T-test for one sample, and the Pearson correlation coefficient to extract the results. The results showed that the number of people with behavioral disorders (183). The behaviorally disturbed sample of students has social tension and suffers from self-sabotage. The results showed that there is a relationship between social tension and self-sabotage. In light of the results of this research, the researchers came up with a number of recommendations and suggestions.

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