The study aimed at identifying some of the psychological effects onPalestinian women after the Israeli aggression on Gaza Strip by studyingsome of the students’ psychological traits aspects of anxiety, emotionalstability, anger and fear.The study investigated whether there werestatistically significant differences between the students’ view of thepsychological effects on Palestinian women after the Israeli aggressionor not due to the variable of academic stream, scientific or literary) ,and gender, male or female.The study followed the descriptive analyticalapproach to answer the questions.A questionnaire was prepared by theresearcher, which included (200) students from the Faculty of Educationand Science, which represent (5.1) % of the original society.The mostimportant findings of the study are: the relative weight of fear is (92.6), anxiety (86.4) , anger (83.2) and emotional stability (60.6) .There areno statistically significant differences according to specialization.Thereare statistically significant differences according to gender in favor offemales.
Al-Hadad, Shaaban Kamal
"The Psychological Effects on Palestinian Women after the Israeli Aggression on Gaza Strip from Al-Azhar University Students′ Perspective,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 4
, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol4/iss15/7