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An Analytical Study of the Values of Citizenship Involved in the Book of Citizenship and Human Rights for Second Year Secondary
Place of publication | Year of publication | Collation: 
Banha | 2016 | p. 405-450
ISBN/ISSN: 
ISSN 2090-7605
Author: 
Maisaa Hamza
Corporate author: 
Association of Arab Educators
Region: 
Arab States

The study aimed to identify the political, social and economic citizenship values included in the book of citizenship and human rights for second year secondary 2014/2015.It also aimed at suggesting a proposal to include the citizenship values required for secondary school students, The researcher conducted content analysis of the book in the light of the three dimensions of citizenship. the study revealed that. The focus and attention of the book is mainly on the political values (54.7%) and social values(40.8%) of citizenship.

However It extremely ignored economic values(4.39%), The value of “belonging “is the most common value in The Dimension of the political citizenship, which represented (23.69%), followed by the value of “Being Proud at national identity” (23.29%), It also revealed that The value of “Tolerance” is the most common value in The Dimension of the social citizenship, which represented(32.79%), followed by the value of “Voluntary work”(30.10%), finally The value of “Respect Work “is the most common value in The Dimension of the economic citizenship, which represented(50%), followed by the value of “Province on Public and Private Property”(35%), and then the value of “Use The Time”(15%), while the book ignored the value of “Rationalize Consumption”.

 

Resource Type: 
Case studies and research papers
Journal articles
Theme: 
Civic / Citizenship / Democracy
Human rights / Human dignity
Level of education: 
Secondary education

Keyword

Citizenship; Citizenship education; Human rights; Text books