Year:2021   Volume: 3   Issue: 6   Area: Psychology

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Samira‎‎ BRAHMIA

STRATEGIES FOR COPING WITH STRESS AND ITS‏ ‏RELATIONSHIP TO SUICIDAL ‎IDEATION AMONG ADOLESCENTS STUDYING IN THE FINAL STAGE OF SECONDARY ‎EDUCATION AMID THE CORONA PANDEMIC. A FIELD STUDY IN A GROUP OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN THE WILAYAT OF ‎GUELMA

The current study aimed to identify the level of coping strategies for stress and suicidal thinking, ‎as well as to identify the relationship between coping strategies and suicidal thinking among ‎adolescents studying in the final stage of secondary education. The descriptive method was ‎adopted in this study, and the following tools were used: the sicc codeine test (Endler and ‎Parker, 1988), which is a multi-measurement test for the types of adaptation and codified by a ‎group of researchers at the Research Center in Cultural and Social Anthropology in Oran, and ‎the second tool Scale of suicidal thinking (Al-Dhaban, Al-Amidi Muhammad, 2015). The ‎distribution of the study's two scales was based on the electronic questionnaire due to the very ‎exceptional circumstances that accompanied the time of conducting‏ ‏the study.‎ In order to ascertain the results of the research, the study community was determined by third year students studing in some secondary schools of the Wilayat of Guelma. As for the study sample, it consisted of 102 teenagers enrolling in the final stage of steenagethe secondary education chosen casually and for the purpose of statistically processing the study data, the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) was used and The results indicated that : - The level of strategies for coping with stress is high among adolescents studying in the final stage of secondary education. - The level of suicidal ideation i slow in adolescents studing in the final stage of secondary education. - There is a statistically significant correlation between coping strategies for stressand suicidal ideation.

Keywords: Coping Strategies, Psychological Stress, Suicidal Thinking, Adolescents Studing, Final Stage Of Secondary Education

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.6-3.23


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