Social Pressures: The Available Flexibility- and The Desired Changes Experimental Study on the Mobility in the Jordanian Community 2012-2013

Tarek Abu Hazeem


This study aims at assessing the impact of the available flexibility as being the main parameter for the required changes from the perspectives of the participants or non-participants in the Jordanian Community Mobility. In order to achieve the objectives of the study, a model of two variables was designed: (1) the independent variable – the flexibility that is available in the House of Parliament, House of Senates, the Government, the Judiciary, the available resources and the media; (2) the dependent variable- the desired changes on the level of leadership, the Structure of the country, and the policies and the strategies of the country. Two hypotheses were derived from the model namely: (1) the connections and (2) the impacts. Data were collected from a random sample of (902) people that included participants and non-participants in the Jordanian community. A highly credible and consistent questionnaire was used. The analysis and the assessment of the results proved that the relation between the available flexibility and the desired changes is statistically significant.
A sharp decline of the available flexibility was also found. Dissatisfaction with the course of current changes was also revealed. Finally a significant difference in terms of strength, size, trends and course on the level of the variables and the sample was detected. The study concluded with a number of recommendations


Community Pressure, Flexibility, Changes, Community Mobility in Jordan

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