The development of persecutory thinking in adolescents

Authors

  • assel mahdy nagim

Abstract

Development PERSECUTORY THINKING among adolescents
The teen is a very important phase in the life of man as it moves them from
childhood to the stage featuring comprehensive transformations in
physiological aspects, social, cognitive and psychological which lead to the
formation of thoughts and desires and feelings argumentative with his body
and himself on the one hand and with the community on the other hand
resulting impact on relations with others were teenagers adopt ideas
persecutory linked to the face of the difficulties and problems they face which
compels them a sense of grievance and animosity and inequality and
oppression and they have negative feelings against themselves and other
causes may be linked to the situation in which they live and the means
Aladthadi thinking human feeling that he is oppressed or signed by the
injustice of not inappropriately law because it does not apply equally and
fairly.
Researcher in favor of a measure has been adopted (2000) to measure
Aladthadi thinking, after the researcher of properties achieved measurement
applied to a sample of (400) students for the ages (12.14, 16.18) years, and
those who tested randomly, and the results showed the following :
1. Alazthadi thinking about life consists (12) years of the sample as a whole.
2. Aladthadi thinking among females composed at the age of 12 years, while
males made up at the age of 16 years.
3. The results showed that the largest age differences have no statistically
significant differences in Aladthadi thinking, which means that Aladthadi
thinking in adolescents taking an evolutionary path if increases with age.
4. Aladthadi thinking among females higher than males.
5. do not see the interaction between the variables of age and sex in Aladthadi
thinking, which means that no different effects to the variable quality of sex in
the age variable depending on the level.

Published

2020-09-20

How to Cite

مهدي نجم أ. (2020). The development of persecutory thinking in adolescents. Mustansiriyah Journal for Sciences and Education, 18(2), 97 - 120. Retrieved from http://edumag.uomustansiriyah.edu.iq/index.php/mjse/article/view/378

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Research Article