Social anxiety in relation to social skills, aggression, and stress among male and female commercial institute students

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Authors: Majed. M. Al- Ali, Ajai Pratap Singh and Vladimir Smekal
Date: Winter 2011
From: Education(Vol. 132, Issue 2)
Publisher: Project Innovation (Alabama)
Document Type: Report
Length: 3,800 words

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Abstract :

The present study explores gender differences in social anxiety, social skills, aggression, and stress and correlations between social anxiety and social skills, aggression, and stress. This study also attempts to determine the best predictors of social anxiety among adolescents. Results from a sample of 300 commercial institute students in State of Kuwait showed differences between males and females for all variables except social skills. Correlational analyses revealed positive relationship between social anxiety with aggression and stress for males, and negative relationship between social anxiety and social skills for females. Stress was best predictor of social anxiety for males, and social skills was best predictor for females. Keywords: Social anxiety, Social skills, Aggression, Stress

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Source Citation
Ali, Majed. M. Al-, et al. "Social anxiety in relation to social skills, aggression, and stress among male and female commercial institute students." Education, vol. 132, no. 2, winter 2011, pp. 351+. Accessed 2 Dec. 2021.
  

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