The Degree of Awareness of Faculty Members in Jordanian Universities Toward the Phenomenon of Globalization and there Perceptions to it's Effect on Cultural Identity

Malouh Mfadi Al Selehat, Mohammad Saleem Al Zboon, Asmaa Mohammad Jamous

Abstract


This study aimed at exploring the degree of awareness of faculty members in Jordanian universities to the phenomenon of globalization and its implications for their perceptions of cultural identity. The study investigated the impact of academic level, type of college and the graduate country to determine the degree of this awareness and to identify the implications of globalization on cultural identity.
Society of this study represented by all faculty members in Jordanian universities, also, sample of (600) faculty member has been selected to achieve the purposes of this research. This study found that the degree of awareness of faculty members in Jordanian universities to the phenomenon of globalization was medium. Also, the study showed that there was a statistical difference in the degree of faculty members' awareness in Jordanian universities due to a changing academic level, type of college, and country of graduation. The study finally demonstrated that the Jordanian universities members believe the globalization impact negatively on cultural identity.

Keywords


Globalization, Cultural Identity

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