http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/issue/feed Psychology and Education Journal 2024-07-12T16:49:23+00:00 Open Journal Systems <h2><strong>PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATION (ISSN: 1553-6939)<br /></strong></h2> <div class="row" style="border: 1px solid grey; padding: 5px; text-align: justify;">Dear Authors and Researchers,<br />We would like to inform you that the U.S. ISSN Center at the Library of Congress has confirmed that the correct ISSN number of the Journal <strong>Psychology and Education</strong> is ISSN 1553-6939. This ISSN is to be used instead of ISSN 0033-3077 which is the ISSN that belongs to the former title, “<strong>Psychology</strong>.” Each time a journal undergoes a major change of title a new ISSN is assigned. <strong>Psychology and Education</strong> also has been assigned a Linking ISSN (ISSN-L). 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The most recognized applications involve adapting machines to humans.</p> <p>Ergonomics is the discipline aimed at adjusting work to suit humans, focusing primarily on studying human labor in interaction with or without machines that facilitate work (Irène Gaulland et al., 2009). The scope and application areas of ergonomics are broad and varied, encompassing educational settings and schools, which hold significant importance in the lives of children and teachers.</p> <p>Ergonomics in educational environments is relatively recent, despite multiple studies emphasizing its importance in places where professional activity and life converge. Classrooms, for both students and teachers, serve as daily workstations and are integral parts of the educational environment. Hence, it is pertinent to consider the impact of ergonomic factors (noise, lighting, ventilation, etc.) in schools on the lives of students and professionals (Jacques Fraschini, 2021).</p> <p>The introduction of ergonomics in education is crucial, necessitating a clarification of theoretical concepts regarding the emergence of general and educational ergonomics. It also raises important questions:</p> <ul> <li>What are the historical development stages of general and educational ergonomics?</li> <li>What are the intervention areas of ergonomics in education?</li> </ul> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Psychology and Education Journal http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8942 The effect of a proposed recreational sports program on improving the mental health of students in university residence (A field study at the university residence, Mohamed Dhina, in Laghouat) 2024-07-10T12:00:56+00:00 HEMCHA HIBAT ELLAH IMANE gest.hyd@gmail.com DAINES MOHAMED gest.hyd@gmail.com ALOUANE RAFIK gest.hyd@gmail.com <p>This study aimed to know the role of recreational sports activity in improving the mental health of female university residence students due to the nervous pressures that this category suffers from. The study was conducted on a randomly selected sample from a university residence in the state of Laghouat. In order to analyze and interpret the results, the results were based on percentages and the Ca2 test. Finally, the results of the study resulted in the validity of our hypotheses, and it was found that recreational sports activity has an effective role in improving mental health and reducing nervous stress.</p> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Psychology and Education Journal http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8909 facebook as a public space for the spread of the liberal category: analytical study of a set of facebook accounts 2024-07-07T17:45:52+00:00 Dr. Amira Sabeg gest.hyd@gmail.com Dr. Samira Bechka gest.hyd@gmail.com <p>This study aims to shedding the light on an active group in societies that seeks to promote a</p> <p>set of ideas and practices under the banner of modernity, which is the group of editors that made Facebook a space to express their beliefs and values. Where spouses have the freedom to have a sexual intercourse and sexual companionship with someone other than their husbands without restriction or control and with the knowledge of the other party, far from moral controls and accepted societal values, especially since these practices are considered a social taboo and an indication of moral laxity. The study was conducted on a group of Facebook accounts for this category by reviewing and analyzing their posts, relying on the descriptive approach based on describing and analyzing the phenomenon accurately and objectively. The study sample was a purposive sample, and a set of results were reached, the most important of which are: Facebook has an effective role in promoting the category of liberals and spreading its ideas, Liberation is an explicit challenge to the principles of religion, social norms, and social control. The liberation promoted by this group leads to moral consequences, the most important of which is lineage mixing.</p> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Psychology and Education Journal http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8883 ARABIC LANGUAGE TEXTBOOK READABILITY FOR FOURTHYEAR MIDDLE SCHOOL IN ALGERIA 2024-07-04T11:06:08+00:00 Elhachemi Legougui gest.hyd@gmail.com Mansour benzahi gest.hyd@gmail.com <p>This investigation endeavors to ascertain the readability level of the Arabic language textbook designated for fourth-year middle school students in Algeria and to identify any potential disparities in readability across genders. Employing a descriptive methodology, this research incorporated the creation of a cloze test featuring three passages extracted from the textbook, which was administered to a cohort of 173 students.</p> <p>&nbsp;The findings revealed that the Arabic language textbook possessed a high readability level, with 57.22% of the participants finding the content suitable, a percentage that aligns with the independent level range of readability. Moreover, the analysis disclosed no significant gender-based differences in readability. Based on these outcomes, the study advocates for a heightened emphasis on the assessment of textbook readability to enhance educational content delivery.</p> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Psychology and Education Journal http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8940 The strategy of feminist sports practice and its role in achieving physical and psychological health. 2024-07-10T11:39:52+00:00 TAHIR ADNANE gest.hyd@gmail.com MUSTAPHA KHALDI gest.hyd@gmail.com ZOUATINI ABDELAZIZ gest.hyd@gmail.com SABRI AZZEDDINE gest.hyd@gmail.com <p>The present study aims to identify the effective role of sports clubs in achieving physical and psychological health in the city of Annaba, highlighting the reality of women's sport from a health and psychological point of view. To assess the physical health and psychological comfort of sport, a field study was carried out at three sports clubs, namely the Bônoise Women's Amateur Sports Club, the El-bouni “The Challenge” Sports Hall and the Annaba Olympic swimming pool. . To do this, interviews were conducted with sports club managers, sports coaches and sports enthusiasts and women affiliated with the club of these three sports clubs and designed the appropriate ''observation network'' tools for conducting of this study and analysis of the data obtained.</p> 2024-07-02T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Psychology and Education Journal http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8930 Developing the moral values of athletes within Algerian sports facilities 2024-07-08T12:11:35+00:00 SAADOUDI CHEIKH gest.hyd@gmail.com LABBACI KAMEL gest.hyd@gmail.com <p>This study aims to know the desire for the behavior of the ethics of athletes within the Algerian sports<br>facilities, by identifying the role of sports practice in raising the moral values of the players and the degree<br>of developing their behavior within the facility, Where the sample consisted of 30 players from sports clubs<br>that play in the Sports Complex Diwan February 18 in Laghouat, who were selected by the comprehensive<br>survey method, and the study tool was the questionnaire important results reached, it became clear to us that<br>the continuous sports practice has an effective role in raising the moral values and developing them to a high<br>degree among the players inside it.<br>We found that the athlete supports standards related to ethical behavior, communicates about ethics, and<br>promotes and rewards ethical behavior, even if it is motivated by amongst his colleagues.</p> 2024-07-08T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Psychology and Education Journal http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8910 ASSESSMENT OF NUMERACY SKILLS FOR HEARING IMPAIRED CHILDREN: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CHILDREN WITH INTE- GRATED HEARING IMPAIRMENT AND CHILDREN WITH INTE- GRATED COCHLEAR IMPLANTS 2024-07-07T17:53:37+00:00 Soumeia Meziou gest.hyd@gmail.com Mohamed Belakred gest.hyd@gmail.com <p>&nbsp;The current research aims to evaluate the arithmetic skill of a child with an integrated hearing loss and a carrier of an integrated cochlear implant. The study was conducted in two institutions affiliated with the Directorate of National Education in the Eastern Province of Algiers on a sample of 10 cases for each category. The comparative descriptive approach was used, and the ZAREKI-R battery was used as measurement tools. The results resulted in statistically significant difficulties after applying the Mann-Whitney test. There is a value of (U=9.000) and a significant significance sig of (0.002), which is smaller than the significance level (0.05). Accordingly, there are statistically significant differences between farmers. The cochlea and hearing-impaired cases at a significance level of (0.05) in the arithmetic test for the benefit of cochlear implants. The difficulties varied according to the arithmetic operations represented in subtraction, multiplication, and problem solving. These results, according to what we observed in the field,</p> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Psychology and Education Journal http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8885 The role of some recovery methods in developing some physical qualities (maximum strength) and preventing shoulder joint injuries in handball players 2024-07-04T11:27:35+00:00 RAHMOUNI BOUCHRA gest.hyd@gmail.com BOUHADJ MEZIANE gest.hyd@gmail.com ZIDANE FATMA ZOHRA gest.hyd@gmail.com KHIRI DJAMEL gest.hyd@gmail.com <p>The study aimed to identify recovery periods and their relationship with some physiological variables (heart rate, systolic and diastolic blood pressure) after performing aerobic and anaerobic efforts. The descriptive approach was used due to its suitability with the study objectives. The study sample included (12) players from the middle of the municipality of Orisia who were chosen intentionally. Measurements of physiological variables were taken before performing aerobic and anaerobic efforts, immediately after the effort, then after (2) minutes, then after five (5) minutes. The results concluded that there was a significant increase in physiological variables immediately after aerobic and anaerobic efforts as well as after two minutes, and the return of diastolic blood pressure to its normal state after two minutes of effort, and that the best recovery period is after performing aerobic and anaerobic efforts for two minutes.</p> 2024-07-04T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Psychology and Education Journal http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8941 The effectiveness of using some retrieval methods on the speed of recovery of the u19 male karate Kumite 2024-07-10T11:50:25+00:00 HOUSSAM BOUBELLOUT gest.hyd@gmail.com BOUARTI WALID gest.hyd@gmail.com MOUHSSIN BABA gest.hyd@gmail.com <p>The research aims to use the combination of calming exercises and sports massages to determine the extent to which some pulse physiological variables are affected, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, and vital capacity) Researchers used the experimental method of tribal measurement and dimensional measurement on one experimental set to suit the nature of the research goals and assumptions. The sample of research was chosen in a deliberate manner from karate wrestlers, numbering (20) players, the sample number (08) players, ranging in age (17-19) years, during the training season (2022-2023), and the basic research experience was applied in the period from (24/01/2022) until (26/03/2022), and the standardized training programme was carried out on the research group for five weeks, Sports massages and cooling exercises were used on the research group after the end of the three-week training module Week One to Week Two Rest Week, Week Two to Week Three Rest Week in order to avoid rationing the impact of the training pregnancy to a total time period of five weeks, The researchers concluded that the proposed methods did not show a marked improvement in pulse rate, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, and vital capacity during</p> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Psychology and Education Journal http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8908 The effect of specific exercises suggested by a smart training method for strength and speed in developing the skills of the penalty kick and kicking the ball long with the non-special leg for football players under 13 years of age. 2024-07-07T17:36:03+00:00 BELKEZZAI BILAL gest.hyd@gmail.com BOUHADJ MEZIANE gest.hyd@gmail.com <p>The&nbsp; study aimed to propose specific exercises in a smart and circular training method for strength and speed in developing the skill of the penalty kick and kicking the ball the farthest distance with the undistinguished leg for football players under the age of 13. The importance of the topic is evident in improving and developing the basic skills of football players. The researcher used the method The experimental study represented the research community in football schools in the state of Setif, and the sample was chosen intentionally and numbered 30 players from R.C.A.S, Ain sebt, divided into two groups. The experimental group (15 players), and the control group (15 players), The effectiveness of the proposed specific exercises.</p> <p>The most important results reached were that there was a difference between the posttest of the experimental group and the posttest of the control group in favor of the experimental group in the characteristic of strength compared to speed (penalty kick test and ball kicking test).&nbsp;</p> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Psychology and Education Journal http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8882 The role of some recovery methods in developing some physical qualities (maximum strength) and preventing shoulder joint injuries in handball players 2024-07-04T10:01:21+00:00 RAHMOUNI BOUCHRA gest.hyd@gmail.com BOUHADJ MEZIANE gest.hyd@gmail.com ZIDANE FATMA ZOHRA gest.hyd@gmail.com KHIRI DJAMEL gest.hyd@gmail.com <p>The study aimed to identify recovery periods and their relationship with some physiological variables (heart rate, systolic and diastolic blood pressure) after performing aerobic and anaerobic efforts. The descriptive approach was used due to its suitability with the study objectives. The study sample included (12) players from the middle of the municipality of Orisia who were chosen intentionally. Measurements of physiological variables were taken before performing aerobic and anaerobic efforts, immediately after the effort, then after (2) minutes, then after five (5) minutes. The results concluded that there was a significant increase in physiological variables immediately after aerobic and anaerobic efforts as well as after two minutes, and the return of diastolic blood pressure to its normal state after two minutes of effort, and that the best recovery period is after performing aerobic and anaerobic efforts for two minutes.</p> 2024-07-12T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8937 QURANIC STORIES IN THE CURRICULUM OF PRIMARY SCHOOL AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS 2024-07-10T05:17:31+00:00 Dr. BENBESSAI Lynda gest.hyd@gmail.com Dr. ADDAR Zahra gest.hyd@gmail.com <p>This research aims to show the extent to which Quranic stories are included in curricula and textbooks for primary education, to identify the set of principles and values included in the listed stories, and to propose Quranic stories that can be employed in various educational materials and determine their impact on the learner, relying in achieving this on the descriptive analytical curriculum, the analysis form is a research tool to collect data, the form consisted of three dimensions, and each dimension is divided into a set of categories.</p> <p>The results of the study showed that the Quranic stories are absent in all books and curricula for the primary education stage, except for the books of the Islamic education subject, in which the Quranic stories are included in a very small percentage, despite the possibility of linking all the fields and axes prescribed in the curricula of the primary education stage with the Quranic stories in providing information to the learner; which necessitates the need to include them in the educational learning process, and the principles and values included in these stories were identified with the suggestion of Quranic stories that can be employed in various educational materials.</p> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Psychology and Education Journal http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8932 Value Contradictions in the Organization and Their Impact on Internal Communication Effectiveness - Analytical reading of challenges and barriers - 2024-07-09T09:46:30+00:00 Khennouf Miloud gest.hyd@gmail.com Dr . Sbartai mourad gest.hyd@gmail.com <p>This research paper aims to identify the impact of the contradiction between the declared work values of an institution and the behaviors, values, and beliefs of individuals, as it represents one of the m ost significant sociocultural barriers limiting the effectiveness of communication within institutions. An analytical view was taken into what each side of this article should encompass, explaining their nature, types, sources, and the role and importance of each in the life of the institution.</p> <p>From this study, it has become apparent that the contradiction between the declared work values and the behaviors and values of some employees, such as reliance on secrecy, undervaluing the importance of time, lack of transparency, withholding information, and the predominance of primary communications and relationships over professional ones, are all factors that can negatively affect and exacerbate the effectiveness and quality of internal communication. This can lead to the emergence of value conflicts, the spread of rumors, resistance to change within the institution ،and reduced&nbsp; participation in teamwork.</p> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Psychology and Education Journal http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8901 The relationship between recovery periods and some physiological variables after performing aerobic and anaerobic efforts 2024-07-06T12:53:40+00:00 KADRAOUI BRAHIM gest.hyd@gmail.com REDOUANE BOUBAKEUR gest.hyd@gmail.com SBAA CHEMSSEDINE gest.hyd@gmail.com <p>The study aimed to identify recovery periods and their relationship with some physiological variables (heart rate, systolic and diastolic blood pressure) after performing aerobic and anaerobic efforts. The descriptive approach was used due to its suitability with the study objectives. The study sample included (12) players from the middle of the municipality of Orisia who were chosen intentionally. Measurements of physiological variables were taken before performing aerobic and anaerobic efforts, immediately after the effort, then after (2) minutes, then after five (5) minutes. The results concluded that there was a significant increase in physiological variables immediately after aerobic and anaerobic efforts as well as after two minutes, and the return of diastolic blood pressure to its normal state after two minutes of effort, and that the best recovery period is after performing aerobic and anaerobic efforts for two minutes.</p> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Psychology and Education Journal http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8890 The Role of Financial Technology in Developing The Banking Industry - A Comparative Analytical Study Of The Malaysian Experience And The Kingdom Of Sauodi Arabia 2024-07-05T15:52:50+00:00 Mohammed KOUDJIL,Elhadi ELBEKAIE sucharitha3901@gamil.com <p>The study highlights the role of using fintech technologies in the banking<br>industry, such as blockchain technology, smart contracts, artificial intelligence,<br>cloud computing, big data analysis... in terms of product quality and reducing<br>effort, time and even costs. The Malaysian and Saudi experience is considered a<br>model in this regard. The field through strategic visions and establishing the<br>legislative and regulatory infrastructure to adopt fintech technologies. Thus, the<br>two countries are considered among the pioneers of fintech in the banking sector<br>through the results and numbers achieved in a period not exceeding ten years from<br>2015-2022, which is what the study details through its axes.&nbsp;</p> 2024-07-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8891 Interactive educational environment in light of e-learning through the Zoom program 2024-07-05T16:01:23+00:00 Aicha Djemai sucharitha3901@gamil.com <p>The article addresses the use of technology in learning, in the interaction<br>between the poles of the learning process of a teacher, And a learner, and so<br>we'll get to know Zoom from the time it's installed on the computer, To the<br>possibility of using it for distance education, through a virtual class in which the<br>teacher meets his or her learners, And if you separate the place between them,<br>we get to know the icons of this program one by one, We also show how the<br>written educational material is presented, and we will explain how the material<br>is presented if it is an audio or visual recording, If attendance education allows<br>the teacher to adopt modern learning methods from a collaborative education<br>that includes each group of learners, simultaneous e-learning through the<br>adoption of a Zoom programme allows the teacher to disperse learners into halls<br>that break out of the basement hall. to the end of the lesson, where the default<br>quota is recorded in multiple formats, and how to upload and retain it for<br>viewing at the time of review.</p> 2024-07-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8892 The impact of modern forensic evidence on the personal conviction of the criminal judge 2024-07-05T16:06:54+00:00 Laksaci Sidahmed,Ben Abdelkabir Hassen sucharitha3901@gamil.com <p>he freedom of evidence in criminal matters, which the legislator has established<br>and made a general rule, has established exceptions in order to know the limits<br>within which this rule revolves. Accordingly, the judge can order any measure that<br>may be useful in order to discover the truth, and he can use any evidence that<br>satisfies his conscience, or he can reject it, using his intellectual effort, the use of<br>logic and objectivity. The judge, therefore, has complete freedom to form his<br>conviction on the basis of which he decides the case before him.</p> 2024-07-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8893 Systematic issues in reading heritage at Mohammed Arkun 2024-07-05T16:11:20+00:00 Fadhila Mebarek,MOHAMMEDI RIAHI Rachida sucharitha3901@gamil.com <p>Arkonist intellectual moment represents a revolution over theological<br>studies with epistemological critical vision based on analytical<br>approaches that move from theology to applied Islamism with<br>Western thought bypassing by thinking of authentic tools that<br>encompass the concept of comparative historical criticism and<br>providing a new understanding of religious texts that correspond to the<br>spirit of the new age within their historical and cultural context,<br>Emphasizing the great interaction between text, society and culture in<br>modernist reading of heritage in a critical scientific methodology<br>question in a legitimate question: What are the methodologies for<br>reading heritage?</p> 2024-07-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8894 The impact of training on improving the performance of employees in the institution: a case study at the University of Djilali Bounaama, Khamis Miliana, Ain Defla Province. 2024-07-05T16:16:10+00:00 Hamadouche Aissa,Tegguer Mhamed sucharitha3901@gamil.com <p>The study aimed to determine the impact of training on improving the performance<br>of workers at the Djilali Bounaama University, Khemis Miliana, Ain Defla Province.<br>We studied a random sample consisting of (100) workers using the questionnaire as<br>a data collection tool, SPSS version (21) and a set of statistical tools for analysis.<br>The results concluded that: The attitudes of the study sample members were<br>positive toward the statements of both training and employee performance with an<br>acceptable degree of agreement, and the arithmetic mean value of all statements of<br>the two variables was “positive”.</p> 2024-07-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8895 The dramatic pattern in the poem "The Story of the Princess and the Boy Who Speaks to Water" by Ahmed Abdelmuti Hijazi 2024-07-06T12:31:58+00:00 Ibrahim Ben Taiba sucharitha3901@gamil.com <p>The contemporary Arab poet realised new visions in reaching aesthetic awareness<br>to new horizons that allow this poetry to be truly representative of this period,<br>expressing it, and among the manifestations of renewal is the orientation to the<br>dramatic structure in the poem based on the idea of conflict and the formation of the<br>self in an objective opposition, in which the poem was slightly stripped of its lyrical<br>character to give way to modern experiments aimed at breaking the traditional mould,<br>benefiting in this regard from its combination between poetry and various other<br>literary arts, and we lack here to talk about the nature of the relationship between the<br>poem and the theatre and how the contemporary poem has benefited in its<br>employment of the techniques of this art - the theatre - in enriching the contemporary<br>poem. theatre to enrich the contemporary poem?<br>What is the extent to which the contemporary poet was able to reach aesthetics that<br>traditional poetry did not reach in order to achieve uniqueness and distinction?</p> 2024-07-06T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8896 Mystical interpretation at the to Imam Al-Senussi through his book: Jenan's Nuzha in the descriptions of the interpreter of the Quran 2024-07-06T12:37:09+00:00 Lazhari Demmana, Ameur Merigui sucharitha3901@gamil.com <p>The researchers in these papers took note of the scientists of Algeria Imam Muhammad bin Ali<br>al-Senussi al-Maliki al-Sufi through his book Outing the Jenin in the descriptions of the interpreter<br>of the Quran. "The woolly interpretation at Imam Senussi through his book The Outing of the Jenin<br>in the descriptions of the interpreter of the Quran" The imam gave an important conclusion in his<br>book he called "In Sufi Interpretations" The researcher worked on this conclusion, asking a broad<br>question, "What is the forward position on mystical interpretation?" This question has been<br>separated by other questions: What is a mystical interpretation? Who is Imam Muhammad bin Ali<br>al-Senussi? In response to these problems, the researcher used a plan in which he employed the<br>analytical descriptive curriculum, finally arriving at the important conclusion that Imam al-Senussi's<br>attitude to the mystical interpretation that what is given to them is not for their minds, but rather the<br>talents of God bring them as ready as they are and as strong and unwavering as subconscious .</p> 2024-07-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8897 The use of cold weapons in the school environment - an exploratory study of the causes and factors 2024-07-06T12:38:56+00:00 Bekkouche Zeyneb, Zaimi Mourad sucharitha3901@gamil.com <p>This study addresses the factors that lead to the use of knives in the school environment, mainly the<br>psychological, school and social factors. The current research evolved a central question: What are the<br>factors leading to the use of knives in the school environment? The study also adopted a number of<br>hypotheses, including: psychological factors lead to the use of knives in the school environment, school<br>factors lead to the use of knives in the school environment, social factors lead to the use of knives in the<br>school environment, to verify the validity of these hypotheses, the researcher has set the following<br>objectives: the study aims at revealing some of the factors that lead to the use of knives in the school<br>environment, highlighting the crime of carrying a white weapon among a sample of educated adolescents, In<br>order to achieve these goals, the descriptive approach was used. This study has used an interview, which<br>contains closed, and open questions as well as a questionnaire which is built by the researcher. The<br>questionnaire consisted of 3 main axes (psychological factors, school factors, and social factors) and 15<br>items. The results have fulfilled the study’s hypotheses as: psychological factors lead to the use of knives in<br>the school environment, school factors lead to the use of knives in the school environment, and social factors<br>lead to the use of knives in the school environment.</p> 2024-07-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8898 Obstacles to Conducting Physical Education and Sports Lessons in Primary Schools From the Perspective of Subject Teachers 2024-07-06T12:42:40+00:00 Azaizia Nassima sucharitha3901@gamil.com <p>This study aims to identify the main obstacles to conducting physical<br>education and sports lessons in primary schools from the perspective of subject<br>teachers. The research sample consisted of 30 physical education and sports<br>teachers in the primary school stage from the provinces of Guelma and M'Sila.<br>We utilized the descriptive method in this study, as it is suitable for the nature of<br>the research topic. We reached the following conclusions:<br>• There are obstacles related to the material resources of the institution.<br>• There are obstacles related to the developmental features of primary<br>school students.<br>• There are obstacles related to the features of the subject, its delivery<br>method, and the curriculum contents.<br>• There are obstacles related to the perspective of the administrative and<br>pedagogical staff towards the subject of physical education and sports.</p> 2024-07-06T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8900 Influence of High-Intensity Intermittent Training on Explosive Force and Anaerobic Power in Volleyball 2024-07-06T12:47:45+00:00 Benchetioui Abderrazak sucharitha3901@gamil.com <p>Objectives:<br>As in any sport, whether played individually or as a team, volleyball requires a unique combination<br>of physical qualities such as explosive power, agility, coordination and flexibility. Players must be<br>able to react quickly to flying balls, perform explosive jumps to attack or block, and maintain a<br>stable posture and balance during dynamic play phases.<br>A good physical preparation for volleyball therefore includes a varied mix of exercises and<br>techniques aimed at strengthening the specific muscles used in this sport, improving cardioendurancerespiratory, develop reaction speed and promote coordination of movements.<br>Among these exercises, the intermittent exercises which constitute an example of the orientation of<br>the training in accordance with the analyses of the various factors of the performance in Volleyballball, the objective of this study was to know the effects of high intensity intermittent training on the<br>explosive force of the lower limbs and on anaerobic power.<br>-Equipment and methods:<br>Twelve players of volleyball under 21 years (186,8+0,36 cm, 69,83+15,05 kg) have participated in<br>this study. Two groups have been composed: a control group and experimental group. The players<br>have realized a test of Squat Jump and the measure if the anaerobic power . After the per-test had<br>been effected, the experimental group realized intermittent work of high-intensity a reason of two<br>session per week during the eight weeks. The proposed exercises had been composed with setoff 4<br>minutes (20 seconds work and 10 seconds of passive rest ) with four repetitions. During the<br>duration of the effort (20 seconds) a various activities like the plyometric exercises, the squats with<br>or without charge. Jumps had been integrated. The test of student has been applicated for the<br>different statistics.<br>-Results:<br>After the obtained results of Squat Jump has been ameliorated for the (3,40% ; P˂0,05) from 38,7±<br>5 to 43,5± 6 anaerobic power (2,30% ; P˂0,05) from 94,68±5 to 99,14±3 . The results of this year<br>has shown that the intermittent exercises high intensity have been more significant in the<br>development of the squat jump and the anaerobic power of volleyers.</p> 2024-07-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8902 The sociological determinants of the phenomenon of divorce in the local rural community -from the perspective of the professors of the Department of Sociology at Tamanghasset University 2024-07-06T12:51:32+00:00 Abouelfoutouh Bouhoreira, Samir Oubbiche sucharitha3901@gamil.com <p>The phenomenon of divorce is one of the ancient and modern social phenomena, which attracts<br>the interest of many researchers in the field of human and social sciences, due to its negative impact<br>on the values and social bonds that family structure seeks to preserve, especially in urban Algerian<br>societies. At present, there has been an acceleration in divorce rates even in traditional<br>communities, which are supposed to have social immunity. This raises questions about the<br>sociological determinants behind the spread of divorce in traditional rural communities. This calls<br>for sociologists to investigate the factors contributing to the prevalence of divorce in these<br>communities.</p> 2024-07-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8903 A contribution to establishing standardized levels accompanied by a scoring scale for evaluating and selecting students in the activities of shot put and long jump-A descriptive study on a sample of male students (15-16 years old) from some secondary scho 2024-07-06T12:55:06+00:00 Abdelhafid Kadri, Rafahiya Bouchareb, Mohammed Meratate, Gasmi Abdelmalek, Chelihi Omar, Benlabed Abderrahim sucharitha3901@gamil.com <p>Through examining the practical process of selection in the theoretical and<br>field domains in the Algerian educational system, and based on the results of some<br>graduation theses, interviews with some teachers and inspectors regarding the<br>existence of local standards for evaluating students' levels and comparing their<br>performance with their peers, we noticed that the methods used for this are based<br>solely on subjective observation. In order to contribute meaningfully and avoid going<br>in circles, we aimed to establish local standard levels accompanied by a scoring scale<br>for evaluating and selecting students towards practicing shot put and long jump<br>activities. Therefore, the research aims to establish standard levels accompanied by a<br>scoring scale for assessing and selecting students towards practicing shot put and<br>long jump activities within school sports competitions .<br>For this purpose, the researchers used a descriptive method and randomly selected<br>472 male students from 566 students (the research population) aged (15-16) years<br>from six secondary schools spread across the municipality of Brikha, Batna Province,<br>for the academic year 2022-2023 .</p> 2024-07-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8904 Violence According to Hannah Arendt 2024-07-06T12:58:45+00:00 Fatima Messahe sucharitha3901@gamil.com <p>power, influence, ability, or Force, etc., are merely tools of<br>domination that humans use in order to dominate humans. What distinguishes<br>violence from similar concepts is its instrumental nature.<br>Arendt also linked the concept of violence based on her use of the concept of radical<br>evil, or what she calls the banality of evil, inspired by the Eichmann trial. She sees<br>the loss of thinking resulting in the most horrific disasters. She sees the inability to<br>think confirms the ability to absolute evil, and this is what translates the war that<br>Israel is waging against Palestinians now.</p> 2024-07-05T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8919 LUMINOUS EFFICIENCY STUDY IN RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS UNDER SEMI-ARID CLIMATE. CASE OF THE CITY OF BATNA. 2024-07-08T09:05:48+00:00 MEKAOUSSI Nadia, Pre. ROUAG SAFFIDINE Djamila nadia.mekaoussi@univ-batna.dz <p>With a view to greater energy efficiency, natural lighting should be used to facilitate the execution of visual tasks while ensuring the general well-being of the occupants of the space.Indeed, an illuminance level that complies with standards (or recommended values) allows good productivity through good visual performance [1]. In the concept of sustainable lighting, it is obvious that daylighting allows less use of electric lighting and therefore, greater energy saving [2].</p> 2024-07-08T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8920 Theoretical Diagnosis of the Issue of Culture and Management in Algerian Industrial Enterprises 2024-07-08T09:13:37+00:00 Kamel Boucharche boucharche@univ-annaba.dz <p>Since independence, Algerian economic enterprises have undergone various structural and organisational changes in search of ways to achieve social development and economic progress,away from the sound cultural values and standards that constitute the strong corporate culture.The economic corporate culture, with its comprehensive and broad dimensions, has not received the care and attention of managers, despite its immense importance in the development of the company, which has led to the emergence of weak management rules based on individual aspirations and objectives. This article sheds light on some important elements related to the management culture in the Algerian company which, if we work to strengthen them positively,their fruits will be the achievement of the required efficiency, growth and sustainability.</p> 2024-07-08T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8921 The Plague Epidemic and Preventive Measures to Confront it in Algeria During the Ottoman Era. 2024-07-08T09:28:14+00:00 Dr. Rafik Telli rafiq.telli@univ-saida.dz <p>This study addresses the topic of "The Plague Epidemic and Preventive Measures to <br>Confront it in Algeria During the Ottoman Era." Despite Algeria's distinctive climatic <br>conditions, it was susceptible to various diseases, with the most dangerous being the plague, which, according to some sources, appeared in the country every fifteen to twenty-five years.The plague is an infectious disease, also known as the resident or settled disease. It constitutethe most dangerous disease suffered by all social classes in Algeria during the Ottoman era.Foreign residents in the country were also severely affected by its acute consequences, as it repeatedly appeared in successive outbreaks alongside endemic epidemics in the region, leading to demographic collapse and deterioration in health conditions. Algeria thus implemented preventive measures to curb this epidemic.</p> 2024-07-17T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 0 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8922 The Plague Epidemic and Preventive Measures to Confront it in Algeria During the Ottoman Era. 2024-07-08T09:37:19+00:00 Dr. Rafik Telli rafiq.telli@univ-saida.dz <p>This study addresses the topic of "The Plague Epidemic and Preventive Measures to Confront it in Algeria During the Ottoman Era." Despite Algeria's distinctive climatic conditions, it was susceptible to various diseases, with the most dangerous being the plague, which, according to some sources, appeared in the country every fifteen to twenty-five years. The plague is an infectious disease, also known as the resident or settled disease. It constituted the most dangerous disease suffered by all social classes in Algeria during the Ottoman era. Foreign residents in the country were also severely affected by its acute consequences, as it repeatedly appeared in successive outbreaks alongside endemic epidemics in the region, leading to demographic collapse and deterioration in health conditions. Algeria thus implemented preventive measures to curb this epidemic.</p> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8923 The reality of psychological and educational care for students with hearing disabilities in schools for hearing-impaired children 2024-07-08T09:54:49+00:00 Kadda Azzaoui, Karima Kourat kadda.azzaoui@univ-saida.dz <p>The study aims to identify the reality of psychological and educational care for students with hearing disabilities in schools for hearing-impaired children. The <br>descriptive approach was used in this study. To achieve the objectives of the study, the researcher prepared a questionnaire that included two dimensions. The <br>first dimension is specific to psychological care and consists of (17) items, and the second dimension is specific to The educational support consists of (15) <br>items, and was applied to a sample of (51) male and female teachers with hearing disabilities in schools for hearing-impaired children in both the states of <br>Saida and Mascara, during the second semester of the academic year (2023/2024). The results concluded that psychological support The education <br>level for people with hearing disabilities in schools for the hearing disabled is high.</p> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8924 Managing Information Technologies in the Era of Digital Transformation and its Impact on Ethical Awareness Values 2024-07-08T10:00:46+00:00 Hadj chaib hadj.chaib@univ-saida.dz <p>The study investigates the reality of ethical values, particularly in the context of digital transformation, in managing various modern technology techniques. It approaches this from several angles focusing on functions and the degree of influence on the knowledge society, delving into the field of computing and posing various challenges regarding privacy breaches.Consequently, it emphasizes the necessity of setting limits on these operations by engaging with various clients and partners to clarify and understand various ethical values, especially with the proliferation of artificial intelligence technologies in libraries and documentary institutions.</p> 2024-07-08T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8925 University Students' Attitudes Towards the Use of E-Learning Platform Moodle: A Field Study on a Sample of Sociology Students at Chadli Bendjedid University - El Tarf 2024-07-08T10:02:58+00:00 Rebiai Faiza f.rebiai@univ-eltarf.dz <p>The study aims at identifying the attitudes of sociology students at El Tarf University towards using Moodle e-learning platform. The sample consisted of 90 male and female students at Chadli Bendjedid University - El Tarf. The study relied on the descriptive-analytical method, and data were processed using the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS).</p> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8926 Strategic information systems and their role in supporting strategic decision-making in banks An applied study on banking agencies in Tissemsilt 2024-07-08T10:05:04+00:00 Neggaz Mokhtar, Saidani Mhamed neggaz.mokhtar@univ-tissemsilt.dz <p>The objective of this study is to reach the role played by strategic information systems in Algerian banks, as this research paper concluded that strategic information systems support the strategic decision-making of banks, through the contribution of various aspects of strategic information in meeting banks' information needs, And its dependence on strategic information systems for making and supporting strategic decision making.</p> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8927 The Role of Family Counselling in Modifying the Culture of Dealing with People with Special Needs 2024-07-08T10:08:58+00:00 Leila MEDDOUR leila.meddour@univ-batna.dz <p>Caring for people with special needs is an important issue that imposes itself on the family and invades its security and stability. In coexisting with or <br>confronting a disability, the presence of a disabled person among its members must leave traces, albeit simple, as they differ from one family to another <br>depending on several factors, the most important of which are the severity and type of disability, the disabled’s gender, the family’s structure, and its cultural, <br>social and economic levels. Family counseling is considered the main entry point for providing services that support the family and re-correct some concepts that express a lack of awareness of how to deal with this category, so we tried in this research paper to shed light on the role of family counseling in modifying this view towards people with special needs through what it offers from Preventive programs and services contribute to this.</p> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8936 The extent to which a specialist in work and organization psychology achieves his roles from the perspective of workers (Field study in the Lind Gas Corporation Algeria, unit in Ouargla) 2024-07-10T05:10:47+00:00 Chafia Benhafid chafia.benhafid@univ-biskra.dz <p>This study aims to investigate the extent to which a specialist in work and organizational psychology fulfills his roles according to employees at Lind Gas Algeria, Ouargla unit, based on a sample of 21 employees. The study adopts a descriptive approach, utilizing a questionnaire with four domains and 24 items to assess workers' selection, performance measurement, handling of psychological issues, and analysis of accident causes. Data collection utilized a five-point Likert <br>scale following validation and reliability checks of the tool.</p> 2024-07-10T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8943 Self-esteem among school-going adolescent 2024-07-11T04:14:49+00:00 Dr. Hafida Belkheir,Lemya Mallek hafidabelkheir@univ-mosta.dz <p>The current study aims to understand self-esteem in schooled adolescents. To achieve this, a self-esteem scale was applied to second-year high school students at "Yahya Sharif" High School in the Wilaya of Mostaganem. The study sample consisted of 80 students (55 females, 25 males). The results indicated that there were no differences in the level of self-esteem attributable to the variables of )gender or specialization).</p> 2024-07-01T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 http://www.psychologyandeducation.net/pae/index.php/pae/article/view/8946 A study of the level of organizational loyalty among employees at the University of Khemis Miliana 2024-07-12T16:49:23+00:00 Saidani Mhamed,Neggaz Mokhtar saidani.mhamed@cuniv-tissemsilt.dz <p>This study aimed to identify and analyze the reality of organizational loyalty<br>among the workers of university in Khamis Meliana- Algeria. While The<br>descriptive analytical approach was conducted in this respective research for<br>the purpose of testing a sample of 203 employees by applying a<br>questionnaire. Eventually, SPSS package Version 22 was used in data<br>processing using appropriate statistical tools such as arithmetic averages,<br>standard deviation, T and F tests. As for the results, the study found that an<br>average overall regulatory loyalty, and a statistical significant differences<br>attributable to the age, professional experience and job style were noticed, as<br>well as the absence of statistically significant differences attributable to gender<br>and scientific qualification.</p> 2024-07-12T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024