The study aimed to reveal the degree of practicing freedom at Yarmouk University among graduate students and its relationship to strengthening Jordanian citizenship values. The study sample consisted of 346 male and female students chosen in the stratified random method, and the two researchers adopted the descriptive survey approach. The results indicated that the study sample members’ estimates of the degree of practicing freedom in Yarmouk University came high, with statistically significant differences between the averages of the sample’s individuals’ estimates to the tool of exercising freedom attributed to sex. The absence of differences attributable to the variables of the academic and college levels and the results of the study indicated that the estimates of the individuals of the study sample for the level of citizenship were high, with differences of statistical significance in the degree of the level of citizenship values due to the total variable E. The absence of statistically significant differences in the level of citizenship values is attributed to gender and the scientific level and indicated the existence of a statistically significant correlation between the degree of practicing freedom and the strengthening of citizenship values at Yarmouk University for graduate students. The study also recommended that students should be given more freedom to choose the time of the lectures.
Alhyary, Hassan Ahmad and Al-omari, Mohammad Emad
"The Degree of Practicing Freedom Among Postgraduate Students at Yarmouk University and Their Relationship in Strengthening the Values of Jordanian Citizenship from Their Point of View,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 12
, Article 16.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol12/iss33/16