Psychological Security And Self-Efficacy Among Syrian Refugee Students Inside And Outside The Camps

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Bassam H. M. ALharbi


Psychological Security; Self-Efficacy; Syrian Refugee


The present study aimed to identify the degree of psychological security and self-efficacy among the Syrian refugee students inside and outside the camps. The sample consisted of 600 students from Syrian refugees inside and outside the camps in the second semester of the academic year 2014-2015. Scales for psychological security and self- efficacy were implemented to answer the study questions. Results indicated low degree of psychological security for Syrian refugee students inside the camps but moderate for those outside the camps. The results also showed low degree of self-efficacy among Syrian refugee students inside and outside the camps. The results indicated also statistically significant correlation between psychological security and self- efficacy.


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