RESPONSIBILTY VALUE PERCEPTION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTSJournal: Usak University Journal of Educational Research (Vol.2, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2016-01-01
Authors : Adem Sezer; Okan Çoban;
Page : 22-39
Keywords : Social studies; responsibility; value; secondary school; perception.;
Aim of the study is to set forth how responsibility value is perceived by secondary school students, which is introduced under self-management ability within social studies in 1-3 grades, “Individual and Society” learning domain in 5th grade Social studies and “Production, Distribution and Consumption” learning domain in 6th grade. Within the study, reliable answers are sought for the questions of “What is the responsibility perception of students?” and “Does the responsibility perceptions of students differ according to their grades?” Survey model has been used in the study, which is proper for the aim. Study group of the study is constituted of 467 students as 131 students of 5th grade, 131 students of 6th grade, 111 students of 7th grade and 112 students of 8th grade in Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu İmam Hatip secondary school in Keçiören district of Ankara province. Sufficient data has been collected for mind map activities. The technique of induction analysis (Patton, 2014) composed of identification, coding and classification processes has been used in analysis of the data. As a result of the study, it has been found out that secondary school students participated to the study have 7 different responsibility perceptions such as “responsibility for family”, “individual responsibility (academic)”, “individual responsibility (health)”, “interpersonal responsibility”, “responsibility for environment”, “religious responsibility” and “public responsibility”.
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