A Relation Research on the Self-Worth and Personality of Rural Junior High School Left-Behind Students

Weili LIAN, Xu CHEN

Abstract


Using two questionnaires, the research investigates the self-worth and the personality of 303 rural Junior High School left-behind students and 365 Left-behind Junior High School students. The results show that: (a) The development level of self-worth of rural Left-behind Junior High School students is less than normal left-behind students in N scale and SS1.(b)There is higher of grade one than grade three in GI. (c) There is significant of SI3 and P scale and N scale in gender. (d) There is significant correlation between personality and self-worth for rural Left-behind Junior High School students. (e) Personality traits could predict most dimensions of self-worth.

Keywords


Left-behind junior high school students; Personality; Self-worth

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