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Title: Aggressive Behavior Patterns and their Relationship with Academic Achievement of Secondary Level Students of District Peshawar
Authors: Yousaf, Adnan
Keywords: Social Sciences
Secondary Teacher Education
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad
Abstract: Title: Aggressive behavior patterns and their relationship with academic achievement of secondary level students of District Peshawar Pages: 140 Researcher: Adnan Yousaf Poll No: AS 852109 Supervisor: Dr. Munazza Ambreen University: Allama Iqbal open University, Islamabad Year: 2021 Specialization: Secondary Teacher Education Department This study was conducted to measure the aggressive behavior patterns of secondary level students and to explore the relationship of aggressive behavior with academic achievement of secondary level students. The study also found the difference of aggressive behavior patterns based upon gender, location and type of school of district Peshawar. Design of the study was co-relational. The population of the study was all the secondary level students studying in high schools and higher secondary schools of district Peshawar. The population consisted of secondary level students enrolled in 106 Govt High Schools & Govt Higher Secondary Schools for boys, 78 Govt Girls High Schools & Govt Girls Higher secondary Schools. In private sector there were 72 High & Higher Secondary schools for boys, 40 Girls High & Higher Secondary Schools and 299 High & Higher Secondary schools (Co-Education) in District Peshawar. The total number of secondary level students studying in these schools was 78167 out of which 29975 were studying in public sector and 48192 secondary level students were studying in private sector. A viii sample consists of 1800 secondary level students (977 boys and 823 girls) from public and private secondary schools located at rural and urban area of district Peshawar was selected. To select the above sample Multistage Random Sampling Technique was used. To achieve the objectives of the study; an adaptive version of Aggression Questionnaire was used. Teacher rating was also used as a confirmatory source. The data were analyzed using Mean, S.D, t-test and p-value. To calculate correlation coefficient, Pearson “r” formula was used to explore the relationship of aggressive behavior patterns with academic achievement of secondary level students. In order to measure the differences of aggressive behavior patterns on the basis of gender, location and type of school, t-test was used. The result of the study revealed that instrumental aggressive behavior pattern was the most dominating pattern among secondary level students. The study revealed highly significant and moderate positive relationship between aggressive behavior (overall) and academic achievement of secondary level students. Comparison of aggressive behavior patterns with respect to gender, location and type of school showed insignificant difference of level of aggression. In the light of research findings and conclusions, it is recommended that conducive learning environment may be provided by teachers to help students manage instrument aggressive behavior; communication among parents, students and teachers may be maximized to avoid any undesirable consequences of instrument and impulsive aggressive behavior patterns. Guidance and counseling in secondary schools may be provided. For further research, it is proposed to that in longitudinal studies may be conducted regarding aggressive behavior patterns and their effects. This study was conducted in a particular context, more studies in various contexts needs to be conducted.
Gov't Doc #: 25198
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