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Impact of School Violence with Gender Variance on Students’ Self-Efficacy during Secondary School Education
AbstractThe researcher lunched the study to investigate in to the impact of school violence with gender variance on the identified dimensions of self-efficacy. For the purpose of correlational design was used. The population study was 623 secondary school girls and 576 secondary school boys from the public sector institutions of district Gujrat Pakistan. From the given population 5% sample was selected to collect data through to self- developed measures a) students self-efficacy scale and b) school violence scale. Bothe the measures were with 3 & 4 sub scales on self-efficacy and school violence respectively. The collected data was analyzed by applying multiple regression analysis which rendered significant result having meaningful policy implications for ensuring conducive learning environment at schools. The critical values of the analysis were interpreted as that the magnitude of school violence is marginal as compare to the level of students self-efficacy furthermore there is a significant impact of school violence on damaging students self-efficacy in addition to that the condition in schools in terms of violence may that be physical or psychological, are not much in favor in the girls particularly for enhancing their self-efficacy.
- Maria Riasat
- PhD Scholar, University of Education, Lower Mall Campus Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
- Ayaz Muhammad Khan
- Associate Professor, University of Education, Lower Mall Campus Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan