Measuring the Role of Peers in Controlling Social Behavior among Students of the Lower Basic Stage in Jordan

Abstract

The current study aimed to measure the role of peers in controlling social behavior among students of lower basic stage in Jordan. To achieve the study objectives the researcher applied the descriptive analytical approach. The study sample was made of (100) students of the whole study population (2469). After applying the study tool, the researcher concluded that there is an effective role for peers in controlling social behavior, and that this role is high and of great impact on children’s behavior and raising them up. In the end, the researcher recommended the importance of focusing on providing good environment for children through adopting Islamic education methods

Keywords: Behavior, Peers, children


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