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Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers
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Graduation Research Project about Violence against Teachers

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This study was conducted in Nov-Dec 2013, but the medical students at the University of Science and Technology, Sana'a. Republic of Yemen

This study was conducted in Nov-Dec 2013, but the medical students at the University of Science and Technology, Sana'a. Republic of Yemen

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  • 1. DONE BY PROJECT TEAM PVAT IN NOV-DEC 2013
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
  • 3. OBJECTIVES
  • 4. To estimate the distribution of violence against the teachers and demonstrators in the previous six months at the following colleges at UST Sana’a: Medical and Health Sciences Colleges,  Pharmaceutical College,  Dentistry College  To determine the risk factors of the violence against the teaching staff at the UST Sana’a.  To determine the source of violence most common.  To determine the type of violence most common.  To estimate the level of knowledge about the cause and prevention of violence among teachers. 
  • 5. METHODOLOGY
  • 6. Methodology University of Science and Technology, Sana’a, November- December 2013 Cross-sectional prevalence study Fulltime teachers and demonstrators employed more than 6 months at Medical, Dentistry, and Pharmacy colleges at UST Original sample size: 96 (84 participated) * Socio-demographic data * Specific information about recent violence * The teaching staff’s knowledge about violence SPSS & Excel Ethical approval by UST Community Department
  • 7. RESULTS
  • 8. PREVALENCE OF VIOLENCE Exposure Yes No Total Frequency 42(50%) 42(50%) 84(100%)
  • 9. SEX Sex Male Exposed 57.4% Non-exposed 42.6% Total 100.0% Female 36.7% 63.3% 100.0% AGE Age 15-25 25-44 45-64 Total Exposed to violence 0 (0%) 34 (81%) 8 (19%) 42 (100%) Not exposed 3 (7.1%) 35 (83.3%) 4 (9.5%) 42 (100%) MARITAL STATUS Marital Status Single Married Divorced Exposed 11 (61.1% within group) 30 (46.2% within group) 1 (100% within group)
  • 10. EXPOSURE ACCORDING TO LEVEL OF EDUCATION Level Exposed Diploma Bachelor Degree Master Degree PhD Total 4 (50%) 19 (57.6%) 10 (52.6%) 9 (37.5%) 42 (100%) WORKING HOURS Working Hours Exposed <8 Hrs 8 Hrs >8 Hrs Total 14 (33.3%) 12 (28.6%) 16 (38.1%) 42 (100%)
  • 11. TYPE OF VIOLENCE Type of Violence Exposed Physical 2 (4.8%) Psychological 32 (76.2%) Emotional 28 (66.7%) Verbal 14 (33.3%) Socio-culture 9 (21.4%) Sexual 12 (28.6%) Economical 15 (35.7%)
  • 12. TARGET GROUP OF VIOLENCE Occupation Victimized Teacher 13 (31.0%) Demonstrator 12 (28.6%) Administrator+ Teacher 7 (16.7%) Administrator+ Demonstrator 10 (23.8%) Total 42 (100%) MAJOR SOURCE OF VIOLENCE Source of Violence Exposed Administrator Teacher Demonstrator Student Total 59.5% 2.4% 2.4% 35.7% 100.0%
  • 13. CONSEQUENCE OF VIOLENCE EXPOSURE Effect From exposure Psychological 24 (68.6%) Physical 1 (2.9%) Occupational 7 (20.0%) Social 3 (8.6%) Total 35 (of Total 42)
  • 14. CONCLUSION & RECOMMENDATION
  • 15. Half of the teachers questioned replied they had been exposed to violence. Psychological violence was the most common type encountered against them • Encourage a good conversation between students and teachers to be more close to each other. • Solve student’s and administrators problems through a solution that does not harm any side. • The relationship b/w teacher and student should be based on respect from both sides. • Increase and encourage student activities to fill empty time.

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