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Articles by Lubna Akroush
Total Records ( 2 ) for Lubna Akroush
  Lubna Akroush and Ayman Suliman Mazahreh
  The study aimed at identifying the extent of students’ freedom in selecting unsystematic activities in the Jordanian universities. The sample was selected randomly (8 universities) and consisted of 658 students 48.6% males and 51.4% females. The researchers had developed a questionnaire using appropriate statistical method (Kay Square box). The results were: 57.8% of students hadn’t been to any activities center, government university students freely select activities and the rate of participation increased and decreased due to their level and GPA. The study recommended to encourage students to participate, choose freely, incentive awards, provide budget and exploitation preferences talents in dealing with activities.
  Lubna Akroush , Fadi Samawi and Habes S. Al-Awamleh
  The study aims at exploring the nature of leisure time among Jordanian university students in the capital Amman according to their demographic variables; those are gender, age, university, major and level of study. The sample of the study consists of 1312 male and female students responded to a questionnaire consists of 36 items. The results showed that the level of using leisure time by students was moderate. Moreover, there are significant statistical differences at the level of α = 0.05 attributed to the effect of gender in the favor of females. There are significant statistical differences at the level of α = 0.05 attributed to the effect of university type in the favor of public universities. Meanwhile, there are no significant statistical differences at the level of α = 0.05 attributed to the effect of average.
 
 
 
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