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Title: الصحة النفسية والمساندة الإجتماعية لدى الأطفال العاملين في مجال تدوير النفايات بولاية الخرطوم
Other Titles: (دراســــة ميدانيـــة بولايـــة الخــــرطوم)
Authors: مكي الدومة أبكر محمد
Keywords: علم النفس
الصحة النفسية
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية - عمادة الدراسات العليا - كلية الآداب - قسم علم النفس
Abstract: The purpose of this research was to identify the mental health and social support of the children working in the field of waste recycling in Khartoum State. The researcher used the descriptive method. The sample consisted of (200) children and were chosen by the psoriasis method. The data were analyzed by the SPSS program using the following statistical treatments: one sample (T) test, Pearson correlation coefficient, CRS test, and Mann titney test, the researcher found the following results: The mental health of working children While there is a significant correlation between mental health and social support among children working in the field of waste recycling in the state of Khartoum, there are differences according to the variable of work and age, there are no differences in mental health due to For the variable housing and educational level, there are differences in social support for them according to the variable age and working period, there are no differences in social support according to the variable housing and educational level. At the end of the research the researcher made a number of recommendations, JAL psychology and expansion discussed in the search for mental health for children working in the field of waste recycling, and proposals for research future, including: mental health and their relationship in ways that face the pressures of the children working in the field of waste recycling, and were approved references adopted by the researcher in writing research.
URI: http://dspace.iua.edu.sd/handle/123456789/4509
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