Comparison of social skills, positive thinking skills and problem-solving methods in male and female students at the 3rd degree of high school in Zahedan
The objective of this study was to compare the social skills, positive thinking skills and problem-solving methods in male and female students at the 3rd degree of high school in Zahedan. The present investigation is a causal-comparative study. The statistical population of the study is all female and male students of Zahedan who are studying at the third year of high school in the 2017- 2018 academic year. The sample of this study was 152 students (76 girls and 76 boys) picked by multistage cluster random sampling. The tools applied in this study were Ingram and Winnicks Positive Thinking Questionnaire, Problem-Solving Scale (PSS), The Teenage Inventory of Social Skills (TISS). A t-test was used comparing the mean of two independent groups to analyze the data. The results indicated that there is a significant difference between the mean scores of girls and boys in the components of social skills questionnaire; there is a meaningful difference between the mean scores of girls and boys in the questionnaire of positive thinking skills, 95%. Also, there is no notable difference between the mean scores of girls and boys concerning the elements of trust in problemsolving and avoidance techniques, at 95% confidence level. However, in the total score of the questionnaire and the components of inability in problem-solving, problemsolving leading, creativity and orientation style, there exist a significant difference.
JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION, No. 11, 2018
88 - 98
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