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Role of Al-Qassim University in the Development of Ethics and Values Dimension Among Students from the Faculty Members Point of View
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Volume 5, 2018
Issue 6 (November)
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Lawaheth Mahmud Taha Hussein, Faculty of Art and Science –Primary Education Department, Al-Qassim University, Al –Rass City, KSA.
The current study aims to examine the role of Al- Qassim University in the development of ethics and values dimension among students from the faculty member's point of view. To achieve the goals of the study, the researcher has used the analytical descriptive approach and a questionnaire as a study tool. The population of the study consists of (4090) faculty members. A sample consists of (280) faculty member has been selected randomly in the academic year 2018-2019. The findings of the study have shown that the university has a vital role in developing the ethics and values dimension of students, with an average reaches 408. Additionally, the study has revealed that the dimension of ethics and values is the responsibility of the school teaching, maturity of the students as well as the social responsibility towards their society, family and themselves. Finally, the study has revealed that the faculty members 'expectations to the existence of ethics and values environment are low, with an average (3, 34).
Universities, Values, Morals, Faculty Members, Role
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