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Klopfer, E, Osterweil, S., Groff, J. and Hass, J. (2009) Using the Technology of Today in the Classroom Today. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge.

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  • TITLE: Qassim Postgraduates Value Assimilation and the Role of Social Networking Sites in It

    AUTHORS: Hend Alsmadi

    KEYWORDS: Assimilation, Qassim Postgraduates, Social Networking Sites, Values

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.4 No.6, June 15, 2016

    ABSTRACT: The study aimed at recognizing the degree of Qassim postgraduate’s value assimilation and the role of electronic social networking in their assimilating from their point of view. Two tests are constructed. The first measures the degree of Qassim postgraduate students’ value assimilation from their point of view; it consists of 46 items allocated to teaching and learning, social and moral values. The second measures the role of electronic social networking in their assimilation of the values; it consisted of 46 items. The sample included (730) students who were recruited in a simple random manner to participate in the study. Participants’ value assimilation degree was moderate; the overall average scored (3.35); social networking role was moderate; also the overall average scored (3.63); the value of teaching and learning was the highest (M = 3.89), while social values scored the lowest (M = 3.21). No statistical differences at (α = 0.05) attributed to gender were found. But differences were found attributed to the number of friends in favor of (more than 31 friends) in the social values and overall degree.