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Journal:   JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY   Summer 2005 , Volume 9 , Number 2 (34); Page(s) 165 To 185.
 
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A Qualitative Study On The High Schools" Performance In Developing Social Skills

 
 
Author(s):  Fatehizadeh M.A.S., Nasr Esfahani A.R., Fathi F.
 
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Abstract: 
The main object of this research was to study high schools" performance in developing social skills in students. First, a list of 369 social skills was produced and its content validity was confirmed by specialists in the relevant fields. Next, four trained observers did all obserations as a pilot study as well as the main study. Obserations have done in four different areas: 1. teachers of all subjects in all grades, 2. counselors, 3. teachers of extra curricula, and 4. office staffs. Observers recorded the frequency and quality of all social skills which were observed during a period of 4 months. In addition, teachers" approaches to teaching, existence or lack of group activities in class or school and the way they were done were also observed and recorded. Results indicated that throughout this time 72207social skills were observed and recorded in total. The frequency percentage of the observed social skills were (from most to least): Communicative skills (%55.46), assertive skills (%22.61), skills in taking responsibility (%6.57), self-regulating skills (%4.07), coping skills (% 3.62), skills in finding work (%2.78), skills in filling free time (%2.58), skills in understanding social values (%1.84) and knowing social rules (%0.44). Expressing the shortness of the existing eonditions in satisfying the students" needs in having social skills, it was concluded that if schools want to play a real and effective role in making students learn all essential social skills, they must provide appropriate situation and realistic planning.
 
Keyword(s): SOCIAL GROWTH, SOCIAL SKILL, TRAINING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
 
 
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FATEHIZADEH, M., & NASR ESFAHANI, A., & FATHI, F. (2005). A QUALITATIVE STUDY ON THE HIGH SCHOOLS" PERFORMANCE IN DEVELOPING SOCIAL SKILLS. JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 9(2 (34)), 165-185. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=38141



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FATEHIZADEH M.A.S., NASR ESFAHANI A.R., FATHI F.. A QUALITATIVE STUDY ON THE HIGH SCHOOLS" PERFORMANCE IN DEVELOPING SOCIAL SKILLS. JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY. 2005 [cited 2022May27];9(2 (34)):165-185. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=38141



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FATEHIZADEH, M., NASR ESFAHANI, A., FATHI, F., 2005. A QUALITATIVE STUDY ON THE HIGH SCHOOLS" PERFORMANCE IN DEVELOPING SOCIAL SKILLS. JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, [online] 9(2 (34)), pp.165-185. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=38141.



 
 
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