Social Intelligence and Its Relation with the Pattern of Social Relationships (Cooperation, Competitive) of the Average Diploma Students in Jordan

Etaf Al-Kfaween

Abstract


The current study aimed to recognise the level of social intelligence and its relationship with the patterns of social interactions (cooperating and competition) and knowing the differences between the sample individuals according to the employment statues and residence (city or village). A random of sample of diploma students was selected in Tafila Technical University, it reached (189) student, and the scale of social intelligence, and the scale of social relationships (cooperation and competition).

The results indicated that the level of social intelligence was average and there was a positive connection between social intelligence and the pattern of cooperation. The employed students have more interest to cooperate, and the differences between city and village students are statistically indicated. The study recommended to reconsider the strategies used with the students in teaching situations where cooperate encouraging strategies are used.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jse.v9i3.15094

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