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The Relationship between Self-esteem and Self-resilience with Physical Self-concept in Students with Physical Disabilities
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Objective: This study examined the relationship between self-esteem and self-resilience with physical self-concept in students with physical disabilities. Method: This is a fundamental study in terms of objective and descriptive-analytic one in terms of method. The target population included all students with disabilities in Shirvan, 35 students in total, and according to Cochran's formula, the sample must be consisted of 30 students. The data in this study was collected by three questionnaires, i.e. standard questionnaire of Smith (1967), with Cronbach's alpha coefficient (α) of 0.88, Conner-Davidson resiliency questionnaire (2003), with Cronbach's alpha coefficient of 0.89, and physical self-concept of Marsh et al. (1994), with Cronbach's alpha coefficient of 0.872. Finding: The study has three main hypotheses and four secondary hypotheses, and in order to test the hypotheses, multivariate regression method was used. Result: The results showed that self-esteem and self-resilience cannot predict the self-concept of students with physical disabilities. The second hypothesis of the study, i.e. the relationship between physical self-esteem and self-concept of students with physical disabilities was not accepted either. The third hypothesis regarding the relationship between self-resilience and physical self-concept of such students also was rejected. The first sub-hypothesis regarding the relationship between general aspect of self-esteem and the self-concept was also rejected. It was also shown that second sub-hypothesis regarding that family aspect of self-esteem can predict the self-concept was not acceptable. The third and fourth sub-hypotheses, regarding social and educational aspects of self-esteem also had no statistically significant correlation with physical self-concept. Conclusion: It is concluded that self-esteem and self-resilience cannot predict the self-concept of students with physical disabilities.





Keywords: Self-esteem, Self- resilience, Body image, Students physical disabilitiy
Keywords: عزت نفس, تاب‌آوری, خودپنداره بدنی, دانش آموزان دارای ناتوانی
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/08/27 | Accepted: 2016/12/20 | Published: 2017/03/1
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The Relationship between Self-esteem and Self-resilience with Physical Self-concept in Students with Physical Disabilities. JOEC. 2017; 16 (4) :63-78
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فصلنامه کودکان استثنایی Journal of Exceptional Children
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