التلوث النفسي لدى الطلبة وأثره على مفهوم الذات
This study aimed to identify the reality of psychological pollution, and its impact on the self-concept of students at Philadelphia University in Jordan. A convenience sample of (314) students was selected from nine colleges at Philadelphia University. The analytical descriptive approach was adopted in this study, and the data were analyzed using the structural equation by AMOS software. The results showed a low level of psychological pollution among students at Philadelphia University, and a high level of their self-concept. The results also indicated that there is a significant effect of only one dimension of psychological pollution (lack of sense of value) on the self-concept of the students at Philadelphia University, while the rest of the other three dimensions of psychological pollution (denial of identity, non-compliance with standards, anarchy) do not affect on the self-concept of the students at Philadelphia University.
Keywords: Psychological Pollution, Self-Concept, Philadelphia University, Jordan.
Dr. Adnan OWADAH, Associate Professor, Department of Psychological Counseling, College of Letters and Arts, Philadelphia University – JORDAN
Dr. Omar DURRAH, Associate Professor, Management Department, College of Commerce and Business Administrative, Dhofar University – OMAN
Dr. Mahmoud ARID, Associate Professor, Department of Management, Faculty of Economics, University of Aleppo in the north of Syria – SYRIA