Psychology and Education Journal <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). The ISSN-L is available for use when there is a need to identify and link to a continuing resource without regard to format, for example in services such as OpenURL, library catalogues, search engines or knowledge bases. 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Books for review should be sent to the Editor.<br />Articles in <strong>Psychology and Education</strong> are listed in PsycINFO, American Psychological Association (APA), Scopus,, and shared with other websites, and numerous gratis copies are mailed to the Library of Congress, EBSCO subscription services, and universities in developing countries overseas.</p> </div> en-US Thu, 06 Jun 2024 03:44:57 +0000 OJS 60 Students' attitudes towards digitization measures approved by the Ministry of Higher Education in Algeria -A field study of a sample of students of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Saida University <p>This study aimed to find out the attitudes of students towards the digital transformation of higher education in Algeria, to determine the nature of students' attitudes, a questionnaire was built that measures their attitudes towards the following dimensions (digitization of teaching methods, digitization of the library, digitization of services, digitization of administration), and presenting it to a sample of university students at Saida University, where the sample included 90 students, and the study found that there are positive trends towards digitization in the teaching process and digitization of university libraries and towards digitization of services and digitization of university administration, And activating the continuous training of all actors in the higher education system (professors, students and administrators) to achieve effectiveness in digital transformation, while providing the necessary physical and technological infrastructure to achieve this goal.</p> KRIM Amina Copyright (c) 2024 Sun, 09 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Organizational development - its areas and reasons for its application in an economic organization <p>Organizational development is an extension of the behavioural school of thought, which considers the success of organizations by managing the behaviors of the organization. This includes all behaviors, values, and attitudes that individuals and leaders bring to the organization, which subsequently become components of the organization's culture. One may observe that there are organisations that are less bureaucratic and open, which foster comfort and transparency among their employees. In contrast, there are more bureaucratic and stratified organisations where individuals are evaluated according to job grade, there is a lack of communication and dialogue among employees, and so on. When examining these behaviours, it can be concluded that the behaviour of leaders is the primary guide to the behaviour of individuals. Consequently, in order to change the culture of the organisation, it is necessary to change the behaviour of leaders.&nbsp; Organisations differ in their understanding and application of OD. Some organisations adopt a comprehensive approach to OD, encompassing all aspects of development. Others adopt a more limited approach, limiting OD to specific aspects. This is due to the level of maturity of the organisations in question.</p> BRAHMIA Sonia Copyright (c) 2024 Sun, 09 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 The Arab rhetorical lesson from the renewed vision to the modern linguistic approach -Writings of Mohammed Al-Omari <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; Rhetoric is one of the sciences that has not yet matured or burned out. Until now, the rhetorical lesson is still characterized by movement and renewal. Its issues are not fixed and its methods are not stable.</p> <p>Rhetoric is viewed as one of the most important heritage subjects in terms of its richness and its scientific and cognitive values. Thanks to it, great steps have been made striving for building a vital rhetorical model where the traditional interacts with the modern, based on the innovative vision and the linguistic approaches.</p> Saida Sadoudi Copyright (c) 2024 Sun, 09 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Relative intergenerational deprivation in Algeria <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; This exploratory research deals with the phenomenon of relative deprivation, which belongs to social psychology mainly, where we tried to identify the features of the phenomenon in general, pointing to its historical origins, and most important its circulation, taking into account the objective conditions for its establishment, it has been proven that relative deprivation generates another phenomenon worthy of attention is «collective action» In our research, we have pointed out that collective action resulting from relative deprivation pushes individuals to adopt the approach of social movements in the West; however, we doubted that this would happen smoothly in the third flag countries like Algeria.</p> <p>The research also went in part to the literary divisions related to relative deprivation, in the end, we outlined several observations in the formulation of two hypotheses, we tried to analyze them as allowed by the denominator and we worked to frame them with theories we saw appropriate in our estimation.</p> Seddiki Abdennour Copyright (c) 2024 Sun, 09 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Academic media training programs in the digital media environment “between change and adaptation” A field study in department of media and communication sciences at the university of msila, batna 1, setif 2 <p>&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;This research paper aims to assess the extent of changes in media training programs within academic institutions in the digital media environment and the degree to which these programs adapt to this environment. Continuous development and change in information technology and communication have led to the emergence of the digital environment, which is considered a new environment and a fundamental pillar in various fields. Media and its practice have become associated with it, giving rise to what is known as digital media, which effectively operates in the virtual digital environment. This necessitates the consideration of academic media training as the main logic for media work in its various types and fields, relying on descriptive methodology and using observation and interview tools. Our study sample consisted of professors from the Department of Media and Communication Sciences at the University of M’sila, Batna 1 University, and Setif 02 University, totaling 20 professors. It was found that the content of training programs is still not keeping pace with the digital media environment, although the use of digital tools has begun within the framework of implementing these programs.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Merwa Khenti ,Saida himeur Copyright (c) 2024 Sat, 08 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 THE LEVEL OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR AMONG ADOLESCENTS ATTENDING MIDDLE SCHOOL: FIELD STUDY AT SBIHI BELKACEM MIDDLE SCHOOL - SETIF PROVINCE – <p>The current study aimed to reveal the level of aggressive behavior among adolescents attending middle school stage, as well as the significance of differences in the level of aggressive behavior among sample members according to the variable of gender and academic level. The study sample consisted of 261 adolescents studying at Sbihi Belkacem Middle School - Setif Province -, Their ages range between 12 and 17 years, and they were randomly selected. The study relied on the descriptive approach. The aggressive behavior scale for adolescents by Amal Baza, standardized in the Algerian environment by Samia Ibriam, was also used. The study concluded that:</p> <ul> <li>The level of aggressive behavior among teenagers attending middle school is low.</li> <li>There are no statistically significant differences in the level of aggressive behavior among adolescents attending middle school according to the gender variable.</li> <li>There is a statistically significant difference in the level of aggressive behavior among adolescents attending middle school according to the academic level variable in favor of fourth year middle school students.</li> </ul> Zahra Layachi , Belkacemi Mohammed Lazhar Copyright (c) 2024 Sat, 08 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 THE FAMILY'S RESPONSIBILITY TO PROVIDE CULTURAL SECURITY FOR CHILDREN <p>Through this article, we aim to emphasize the role and responsibility of the most important institution of social upbringing, represented by the family, in protecting children culturally, especially in light of the fierce attack of globalization on the cultures of societies, especially backward ones, as it threatens their existence, entity, and identity, through the various values that it works to disseminate in various ways. Multiple, such as education, sports, and various media, especially social media networks, which today occupy a large space in the lives of individuals and societies alike. Therefore, the family must bear seriously the necessity of facing the challenge associated with providing cultural security for its children in its various aspects. Religious, ideological, educational, and economic, as well as education on the proper use of the Internet in general, and social networking sites in particular.</p> Dr. Ait Mouhoub Mahammed, Dr. Lasfer Mohamed Copyright (c) 2024 Sat, 08 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 COMMUNICATION IN SECURITY CRISES MANAGEMENT (SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES OF MINISTRY OF NATIONAL DEFENSE FACEBOOK AS A MODEL) <p>Countries and institutions are exposed to many crises, which require taking decisions and actions at the administrative and communication level. Given the development of the role of new media in all its forms in our daily lives, it has prompted various public and private organizations in Algeria to create accounts for them through social media networks. In our study, we address communication and the security crisis under the title: (Communication in Security Crisis Management (Social Networking Sites of the Ministry of National Defense (Facebook as a Model 2020)), by examining all the stages of preparing communication plans to achieve the goals that have been set, and analyzing the contents of the Facebook page posts to the Ministry of National Defense.</p> Mourad Belyacine, Malika Atoui Copyright (c) 2024 Sat, 08 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 GRAFFITI AND POLITICAL CHANGE IN THE ARAB WORLD (ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE SEMANTICS OF GRAFFITI DISCOURSE IN ALGERIA) <p>Graffiti constitutes a network of linguistic and non-linguistic symbols and signs woven by the graffiti, which gives them meanings and connotations according to his cultural and social system. This practice (graffiti) has become closely linked to the political and change revolutions with all their ideological aspects and the Arab Spring in general, and the Algerian popular movement of 2019 proved this, as this practice overshadowed the walls of... Cities were made into a marginal public space to present ideas and trends with a revolutionary, change-oriented approach. This is because of their power to influence public opinion on the one hand, and on the other hand the ease of accessing this space with all freedom and anonymity to simulate political reality in all its details. From this standpoint, this research paper came to address the topic of the connotations of political graffiti discourse in Algeria through the approach of political anthropology as one of the approaches that was absent in dealing with the topic.</p> Dr. Hanane Hammadi, Dr. Ramzi Farah Copyright (c) 2024 Sat, 08 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Otherness and exclusion in De purs hommes by Mohamed Mbougar Sarr <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; In the current global context and with the increasing number of debates around gender issues, literature offers a wide area of reflexion on the question of sexual identities. This paper proposes an analysis of the highlighting of “non-standard” sexualities and the process of exclusion due to sexual otherness in Mohamed Mbougar Sarr’s novel <em>De purs hommes</em>. It is a fiction that examines the existence of sexual minorities within a hostile and discriminatory heterosexist system, inviting to rethink the relationship between these communities and the rest of the society. Here, it is a question of demonstrating the treatment of the theme of homosexuality and the social exclusion that results from it.</p> Mecheri Meriem Copyright (c) 2024 Tue, 11 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Global Quality Standards and Their Role in Enhancing Organizational Performance in the Context of Foreign Partnership" Case Study: National Drilling Enterprise "ENAFOR" located in Hassi Messaoud Algeria - 2024 <p>Global changes are accelerating, affecting businesses worldwide, with no <br>country immune to globalization. Algeria, in particular, is experiencing <br>significant economic and social changes, driven by globalization and various <br>supportive measures. The Algerian market is welcoming and opportunistic, <br>leading to the creation of new businesses and attracting international investors. <br>Emphasizing customer satisfaction, a new generation of managers is emerging, <br>focusing on quality management systems like ISO 9000, 9001, 14001, and <br>45001 to achieve efficiency and excellence. These standards help businesses <br>meet customer needs, avoid errors, and improve processes cost-effectively. In <br>Algeria, quality management is crucial for meeting the demands of an <br>increasingly discerning clientele, and many Algerian business leaders are <br>adopting these systems to enhance performance and customer satisfaction, <br>aiming to consistently provide superior quality products to Algerian consumers.</p> BIA AYMEN, BELARBI Ghania Copyright (c) 2024 Tue, 11 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 The phenomenon of school violence between theoretical perceptions and actual practices from the point of view of the counsellors of school and vocational guidance - field study on a sample of counsellors of school and vocational guidance in the state o <p>The study aimed to explore the phenomenon of school violence between <br>theoretical perceptions and actual practices from the perspective of school <br>guidance and counseling advisors using a descriptive exploratory approach. A <br>random sample of 31 school and career guidance counselors from the state of <br>Bordj Bou Arréridj was selected. To achieve the study's objectives, a <br>questionnaire was constructed, and its psychometric properties were confirmed. <br>The following statistical methods were used: frequency and percentages. In <br>conclusion, the study made several recommendations, including the necessity of <br>intensifying training sessions for school guidance and counseling advisors to <br>equip them with the necessary competencies and skills to deal with students. <br>Additionally, it emphasized the importance of opening communication channels <br>between the school and the family to address various student issues.</p> Hanane Feniche,Henen Abdelkebir, Fatima Hadjkhellouf Copyright (c) 2024 Tue, 11 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 The Role of Education in Promoting Citizenship Values through Algerian School Curricula <p>This research paper examines the role of education in the development of <br>citizenship values among young people, and the curricula that promote these <br>values. It also questions the implications of the adoption of citizenship values on <br>the practices of individuals in contemporary societies and the importance of the <br>Algerian school to pay the utmost attention to the subject of citizenship and its <br>social and political practice in order to face the challenges of the era. This is <br>because the status, dignity and source of pride of the citizen is linked to the unity <br>of the homeland and its security, social and political stability.</p> Idiou Leila Sucharitha Copyright (c) 2024 Tue, 11 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000