Systemic Thinking Among University Students
|Al-Anbar University Journal For Humanities|
|Article 36, Volume 2022, Issue 4, December 2022, Pages 4201-4233 PDF (794.05 K)|
|Document Type: Research Paper|
|Sabah M. Manoukh1; Omar Kh. Rashid2|
|1University of Tekrit - College of Education for Humanities|
|2University of Anbar - College of Education for Humanities|
|This study aims to identify the systemic thinking among students of the University of Anbar, the significance of the statistical differences in systemic thinking according to the gender variables (males, females), and the specialization (scientific, humanitarian) among university students. The researchers adopted a descriptive correlative approach in their research. The research sample consisted of (320) male and female students from the University of Anbar for the academic year 2020-2021. The sample was chosen randomly, stratified sample. The researchers built a scale (Systemic thinking) according to Bartlett’s theory (Bartlett, 2001), which consisted of two areas, with a rate of (52) items, and the alternatives for correcting items were binary by giving a score of (1) to the answer that expresses the characteristic of Systemic thinking and giving (zero) to the answer that does not represent the attribute, The researchers verified the psychometric properties of the scale, using the Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS), including: (chi-square, t-test for one sample, Point-Baserial correlation coefficient, and the Cronbach Alpha equation.|
The results revealed the following:
University students are characterized by a high level of systemic thinking. There is no statistically significant difference according to the gender variable (males, females) in the systemic thinking scale. There is a statistically significant difference according to the specialization variable (scientific, humanitarian) in the systemic thinking scale in favor of the scientific specialization
|systemic thinking; university Students|
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