Essays about: "Perceptions"

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  1. 1. Students' Perception of Class Interrelationships and its Relation to Students' Sex, School Satisfaction, School Absenteeism and School Achievement

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    Author : Sörensen Frantzich; [2019-03-11]
    Keywords : interpersonal relations; peer relations; student; relations; student interaction; student-student relationships; high school; upper secondary school; classroom environment; classroom climate; classroom management; classroom dynamics;

    Abstract : Purpose: The aim of the present study is to explore how upper secondary schoolstudents’ perceive group dynamic aspects of the interrelationships in theirclass and how these perceptions are related to Sex, SchoolSatisfaction, Absenteeism and Achievement.Theory: Group Dynamic TheoryMethod: Quantitative (means, standard deviations, factor analysis, bivariatecorrelations and multiple linear regressions)Results: Students' perception of the group dynamic aspects of their classinterrelationships showed no significant sex differences. READ MORE

  2. 2. Corrupted Estimates? Response Bias in Citizen Surveys on Corruption

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för nationalekonomi med statistik

    Author : Mattias Agerberg; [2019-02-26]
    Keywords : Corruption perceptions; Corruption experiences; Response bias; Survey experiment;

    Abstract : There is now a near consensus among researchers about the destructive consequences of corruption. In the light of this, measuring corruption has become a global industry. An important and commonly used data source are several large-scale multi-country projects that survey citizens directly about their perceptions and experiences of corruption. READ MORE

  3. 3. WHO SEES WHAT? Perceived learning areas after participating in an edularp

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet

    Author : Josefin Westborg; [2019-02-16]
    Keywords : ;

    Abstract : Purpose:To find out if there is a difference in what is perceived about learning depending on your relation to edularp.Theory:Hammer at al’s (2018) model of educational features of role-playing. The model consists of five main features that each has a number of sub parts. READ MORE

  4. 4. Social workers with borders Finnish social workers’ perceptions of transnationalism in the practice with unaccompanied minor migrants

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för socialt arbete

    Author : Anna Joutsijoki; [2019-01-31]
    Keywords : Social work; unaccompanied minor; asylum seeker; refugee; transnational migration;

    Abstract : The aim of this paper was to study the perceptions which Finnish social workers hold of transnationalism in their practice with unaccompanied minors. Seeing how they perceived it as part of the minor’s lives, how they took into consideration the transnational family ties, and how transnational was their own practice were the questions that this study intended to answer. READ MORE

  5. 5. Students' Perception of Class Interrelationships and its Relation to Students' Sex, School Satisfaction, School Absenteeism and School Achievement

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    Author : Emma Frantzich Sörensen; [2019-01-30]
    Keywords : interpersonal relations; peer relations; student; relations; student interaction; student-student relationships; high school; upper secondary school; classroom environment; classroom climate; classroom management; classroom dynamics;

    Abstract : The aim of the present study is to explore how upper secondary schoolstudents’ perceive group dynamic aspects of the interrelationships in theirclass and how these perceptions are related to Sex, SchoolSatisfaction, Absenteeism and Achievement.Theory: Group Dynamic TheoryMethod: Quantitative (means, standard deviations, factor analysis, bivariatecorrelations and multiple linear regressions)Results: Students' perception of the group dynamic aspects of their classinterrelationships showed no significant sex differences. READ MORE