The study aimed at revealing the degree of national security behavior among students of education faculty at Universities in Gaza Governorates.To achieve this goal, the researchers used the study approach, which enable them to interpret the events and analyze its content, so they adopted the descriptive and analytical approach by establishing a measure of security behaviors needed by Palestinian students. The questionnaire includes three areas: the cognitive domain, the affective domain and behavioral practical domain. The study found many results, including: the rate of extent of representing the security behavior by education collage students at universities of Gaza Strip provinces was very high of excellent degree (93.6%), and there are no statistically significant differences in the extent of representing the security behavior by education collage students at universities of Gaza Strip provinces and ways to develop it due to the university and sex variables, except in the affective domain where the differences shown in the sex variable in favor of females, while there are significant differences depending on the academic level variable for the third and fourth categories. Based on the results, the study recommended designing a course in schools and universities deal with security behaviors required to show by students to protect them from the security falls, and the need for the technology means to develop the security skills for education college students.
Al-Jughub, Nafith Sulaiman and Al-Jamal, Mohammed Kaml
"The degree of national security behavior among students of education faculty at Universities in Gaza Governorates,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 6:
20, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol6/iss20/7