The Degree of Faculty's Contribution to the Established Islamic Value System among Students in The King Khalid University as Perceived by University Students

Hani S. Al-Mqdadi

Abstract


This study explored the contribution degree of faculty in King Khalid University to the established Islamic value system among students, and to identify effects of a number of independent variables. To that end, the researcher used a 56-item questionnaire covering three domains and was administered to a stratum randomly selected sample from King Khalid University. Results indicated moderate contribution degree by the faculty in the established Islamic value system among students. Specifically, they highly promote (6) values, and moderately promote (50) value. Results also revealed that the academic values were ranked top, next the personal and humanistic values, and finally the social values. Further, results demonstrated statistically significant differences among subject's means responses attributed to college in favor of scientific colleges over the three domains. Similarly, differences were revealed attributed to interest in specialty, in favor of students who showed interest in their specialties. Differences were also noticed that are attributed to year of study fourth versus first year, in favor of first year students. In addition, results showed statistically significant differences among mean responses of participants attributed to cumulative average and relationship with a faculty member.

Keywords


Established Islamic Value System, Faculty Staff, The King Khalid University.

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