Investigation of Social Relation Components of High School Students

Anıl Kadir Eranıl, Mehmet Özcan

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This research aims to determine the social relation components of high school students, and to examine whether these components differ significantly according to the gender, school success, level of communication with family and friends, attempting to violence at school, exposure to violence at home, and exposure to violence in general variables. The study group of this research consisted of 387 students receiving education in high school in Nevşehir. The scale of social intelligence components was used in the research. Mann Whitney U test and Kruskal Wallis H test were used to analyze the data. Eta-square statistics (η2) and Jonckheere-Terpstra formulae (for the calculation of effect size) were used to calculate effect sizes. For confirmatory factor analysis, goodness of fit index (X2/sd, SRMR, NNFI, CFI, GFI and AGFI) were analyzed and RMSEA value (Root Mean Square Error of Approximation) in the path analysis was examined. Students’ scores of social relations components were found 4.00 out of 5. Mean score of social relations components of high school students was statistically significant in favor of female students according to the gender variable. There was a significant difference according to the school success, in attempting to violence at the school, exposure to violence at home and exposure to violence in general in favor of groups who were not exposed to violence and level of communication with friend and family.


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high school students, social relations, social relation components

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