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الشخصية المكيافيلية وعلاقتها بأساليب التنشئة الأسرية لدى طلبة جامعة اليرموك ‏‎ ‎

مؤيد مقدادي، فراس الجبور وعلاءالدين عبيدات

جامعة اليرموك، الأردن

Doi://10.47015/17.3.2                           

JJES,17(3), 2021, 343-357
 

ملخص: هدفت الدراسة الحالية إلى الكشف عن درجة انتشار الشخصية المكيافيلية لدى ‏طلبة جامعة اليرموك، وعلاقتها بأنماط التنشئة الأسرية. ولتحقيق ذلك، أجريت ‏الدراسة على عينة قوامها (‏‎617‎‏) طالبًا وطالبة، كان منهم (242) من الذكور، ‏و(375) من الإناث، طبق عليهم مقياس الشخصية المكيافيلية، الذي أعده داهلنج ‏وآخرون (‏Dahling et al., 2009‎‏)، والمكون من (‏‎16‎‏) فقرة، ومقياس أنماط ‏التنشئة الأسرية الذي أعده بوري (‏Buri, 1991‎‏)، والمكون من (‏‎30‎‏) فقرة. ‏وأظهرت النتائج أن انتشار الشخصية المكيافيلية لدى طلبة جامعة اليرموك جاء ‏بدرجة متوسطة، وأن هناك فروقًا ذات دلالة إحصائية في درجة انتشار الشخصية ‏المكيافيلية لدى طلبة جامعة اليرموك تعزى إلى متغير الجنس، لصالح الذكور، ولم ‏تكن هناك فروق تعزى إلى متغير الكلية. كما أظهرت النتائج أن نمط التنشئة ‏الأسرية الأكثر شيوعًا لدى طلبة جامعة اليرموك هو النمط الديمقراطي، وأن هناك ‏علاقة طردية ذات دلالة إحصائية بين درجة انتشار الشخصية المكيافيلية وكل من ‏نمطي التنشئة الأسرية المتسلط والمتساهل.‏


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الكلمات المفتاحية: الشخصية المكيافيلية، أنماط التنشئة الأسرية، طلبة جامعة اليرموك)



 

Machiavellian Personality and Its Relationship to Parenting Styles among Yarmouk University Students

Mu’ayyad Megdadi, Feras  Al-Jobour and  Alaaddeen Obeidat, Yarmouk University, Jordan.

Abstract: The aim of this study was to investigate the degree of Machiavellian personality prevalence among Yarmouk university students and its relationship to parenting styles. To achieve this aim, the study was carried out on a sample of (617) students, (242) males and (375) females, on whom a scale of Machiavellian personality was applied, where the scale was prepared by (Dahling et al., 2009) and a scale of parenting styles, where the scale was prepared by Buri (1991). The results of the study showed that the degree of Machiavellian personality prevalence among Yarmouk university students was moderate, and there were statistically significant differences in the degree of Machiavellian personality prevalence among Yarmouk university students due to gender, in favor of males, while there were no statistically significant differences in the degree of Machiavellian personality prevalence among Yarmouk university students due to the college variable. The results also showed that the most common parenting style among Yarmouk university students was the democratic style and there was a positive relationship between the degree of Machiavellian personality prevalence and both of authoritative and permissive parenting styles.

(Keywords: Machiavellian Personality, Parenting Styles, Yarmouk University Students)

 

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