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n Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship = Koers : Bulletin vir Christelike Wetenskap - Bydraende faktore tot leerderdissiplineprobleme : 'n multiveranderlike analise : original research

Volume 78, Issue 3
  • ISSN : 0023-270X
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Abstract

Tot op hede was navorsers geneig om elkeen van die oorsaaklike of bydraende faktore tot leerderdissiplineprobleme in skole afsonderlik van mekaar te benader. Hierdie artikel het oor navorsing rakende die teoreties-regverdigbare samevloeiing van hierdie faktore rakende dissiplineprobleme in klaskamers gerapporteer. Graad 9-leerders en hulle opvoeders (onderwysers) het vraelyste voltooi waarin hulle op 'n semantiese differensiaalskaal moes aantoon tot watter mate hulle meen elkeen van die 36 moontlike oorsake 'n rol speel in die voorkoms van dissiplineprobleme in hulle skool. Roetinefaktoranalise het aan die lig gebring dat veral sewe faktore 'n bydrae lewer tot wangedrag in hulle besondere skool, naamlik sosiale probleme in die gemeenskap, ouers se invloed op die leerders se gedrag, die gesag van die opvoeder, demokratiese deelname van die rolspelers aan die skoolbestuur, die skoolstrukture as 'n invloed op die voorkoms van leerderwangedrag, asook fisiese geremdhede en psigologiese gestremdhede.


Hitherto, researchers in the field of the various causal or contributory factors of learner discipline problems in schools tended to approach each of those factors in isolation. This article reported on research regarding the theoretically justifiable notion of the confluence of the various factors that culminate in learner discipline problems at school. Grade 9 learners as well as their educators completed questionnaires in which they had to indicate on a semantic differential scale the extent to which they thought each of the 36 possible causes played a role in the incidence of learner discipline problems in their school. Routine factor analysis revealed that seven factors contributed to learner misbehaviour in their particular school, namely social problems in society, the influence of parents on the behaviour of their children, the authority of the educator, democratic participation in school governance, the nature of school structures, and also physical and psychological disabilities.

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2016-12-10

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