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International Journal of Sociology of Education
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ISSN (Print) 2014-3575 - ISSN (Online) 2014-3575
Published by Hipatia Press Homepage  [13 journals]
  • The Moral Disconnection as a Mediator Between Aggressiveness and
           Cyberbullying in Schoolchildren

    • Authors: Julio Dominguez-Vergara, Henry Santa-Cruz-Espinoza, Gina Chávez-Ventura , Jessenia Ybañez-Carranza
      Pages: 1 - 24
      Abstract: Several research studies have investigated the relationship between students’ satisfaction and cultural environment given that university students are more persuaded to act pro environmentally as they partake in different activities, debates on the global crisis. This study focuses on international students’ satisfaction on-campus cultural environment, living, learning experience about the quality of education and available facilities. A questionnaire-based cross-sectional systemic survey where n=119 foreign students were targeted for data collection using the strategy of non-probability convenience sampling. For data processing, SPSS v 22.0 was adopted and P≤0.05 was considered statically significant. In order to explore the relationship between variables, the Kruskal-Wallis H and Mann Whitney U tests were carried out. The results show that high level of foreign students’ satisfaction for adequate accommodation, influence of Chinese culture and quality of education. This study evaluated that the overall better level of satisfaction in cultural, living, standard of education, learning system, cost of accommodation, and sports. Moreover, these findings will also be helpful to the policy makers of higher education, administrators pertinent to educational governance.
      PubDate: 2023-02-25
      DOI: 10.17583/rise.10786
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 1 (2023)
  • The Role of Online Collaborative Learning (OCL) in Interpersonal
           Communication and Cognitive Performance

    • Authors: Tusyanah Tusyanah, Wijang Sakitri, Fransisca Rahmawati Indira, Fransisca Rahmawati Indira, Edy Suryanto
      Pages: 25 - 48
      Abstract: Collaborative learning encourages students to collaborate among students; it is one of the four 21st-century skills suggested by UNESCO. Cognitive Performance (CP) and Interpersonal Communication (IC) are the themes in the research carried out in the Business English class at the Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES), which implements Online Collaborative Learning (OCL). This research is a quantitative study with a population of FE UNNES students participating in Business English. The 680 population and 252 students were sampled and calculated using the Slovin formula with a margin of error of 5%. Data will be collected using questionnaires and analyzed with SEM-PLS. The study analyzed ten hypotheses, and the results were accepted. The results showed that all these hypotheses were accepted. Behavior in OCL as an independent variable had a direct positive and significant effect on IC by 65.8%, and the effect of behavior in OCL on CP was 74.7%. It means that OCL can be alternative learning to increase CP and IC. Educators can employ OCL in the classroom to improve students' CP and IC.
      PubDate: 2023-02-25
      DOI: 10.17583/rise.10800
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 1 (2023)
  • Challenges and Opportunities for Primary Schools to Tackle the Effects of
           Early School Segregation

    • Authors: Daniel Bianchi Calero, Leopoldo Cabrera
      Pages: 49 - 84
      Abstract: This paper studies the possibilities of schools to face the effects of early school segregation. The relationships between the organizational and pedagogical process of schools and the social composition of their student body, as well as their relative effect on the mathematics achievement of 4th grade students, are analysed. The study involves a representative sample for Spain of 9555 students, 602 teachers and 501 primary schools, coming from database of the TIMSS 2019 report, published by the IEA. Our analysis confirms the existence of close correlations between school process factors and socioeconomic characteristics of the student body in different types of schools according to their school segregation status, i.e. depending on the social heterogeneity of their student body and the degree to which they concentrate students from disadvantaged backgrounds. We also found a less intense effect of organization and teaching on student outcomes, in comparison with the effect of social composition, although it is not possible to dismiss the influence of certain organizational and pedagogical aspects for the improvement of educational outcomes in schools affected by school segregation processes.
      PubDate: 2023-02-25
      DOI: 10.17583/rise.11387
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 1 (2023)
  • Cultural conflicts in couple relationships among moroccan-origin students
           in south-eastern Spain

    • Authors: Verónica C. Cala, Encarnación Soriano-Ayala
      Pages: 85 - 110
      Abstract: Sentimental relationships in adolescents of foreign origin involve a process of negotiation between values, norms and prescriptions of two societies, which can lead to cultural conflicts. This study analyses the narratives about relationships and the cultural and religious tensions generated in 25 students of Moroccan origin, aged 15-19. The results reveal a heterogeneous, but mostly liberal, understanding of relationships, where virtuality and instability prevail, in which Moroccan family values persist. A diversity of discourses is described with regard to love and the couple, although marriage, monogamy and fidelity are maintained. Young Muslims, mostly men, maintain a positive view of jealousy linked to a culture of honour. They manifest a construction of gender in the couple in conflict between liberal and traditional forms in Moroccan women, while men express traditional forms of masculinity. They also report cultural and religious conflicts over (1) sexuality, especially in relation to virginity; and (2) the conception of gender roles in the couple and macho violence within the family. In these aspects, a triple culture shock is observed: within the family, with the community of origin and with the Spanish community. These aspects should be considered for the cross-cultural adaptation of teen dating violence prevention programmes.
      PubDate: 2023-02-25
      DOI: 10.17583/rise.10746
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 1 (2023)
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