Gender Identity Disorder and Its Relation to Suicidal Thoughts for Middle School Students

  • Haneen Habib Al-Muhanna University of Babylon / College of Education for Human Sciences Department of Education and Psychology
  • Sadik Kadhem Al-Shammari University of Babylon / College of Education for Human Sciences Department of Education and Psychology
Keywords: gender identity disorder, suicidal thoughts.

Abstract

Objective of the present research:

1- Identify the levels of intermediate students in Gender identity disorder and suicidal thoughts.

2- Find the differences in moral Gender identity disorder and suicidal thoughts on according to sex and variables.

3- Identify the link relationship between Gender identity disorder and suicidal thoughts among students in junior high.

The research sample has consisted of (445) students in the preparatory stages of Babylon center for the academic year (2017-2018). The sample was randomly selected from six schools, three of which are for male students, and the other three girls. Distributed  according to the variables of sex and specialization.

The achievement of research objectives requires the preparation of two measures:

The first measure is to measure the Gender identity disorder that the researcher has constructed based on the criteria of the Statistical and Diagnostic Manual of Psychiatry in its revised fifth revision (DSM5-V2000).

The second measure is to measure suicidal thoughts as well as the definition of Beck and others (Beck, et al, 1979). After checking the availability of the cytometric parameters of the measurements, they were applied to the research sample.

After collecting and processing the data statistically, the researcher reached the following results:

1- The intermediate students do not have gender identity disorder

2- There are differences according to gender variable statistical function (male, female) gender identity disorder in the interest of female students in middle school.

3- There is a statistical function differences on as a variable (scientific, literature) in gender identity disorder to interest students in the scientific specialization.

4- The intermediate students have suicidal thoughts.

5- There are no statistically significant differences according to gender variables and specialization in suicidal thoughts.

6- The relationship between gender identity disorder and suicidal thoughts statistical function any function (positive) correlation between gender identity disorder and suicidal thoughts among students in middle school..

7- Statistically significant differences exist in the relationship between gender identity disorder and link suicidal thoughts on according to the variable gender (male, female) for females.

8- There are no statistically significant differences in the relationship between gender identity disorder and link suicidal thoughts on as variable specialization (literary, scientific).

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Published
2019-04-03
How to Cite
[1]
H. H. Al-Muhanna and S. K. Al-Shammari, “Gender Identity Disorder and Its Relation to Suicidal Thoughts for Middle School Students”, JUBH, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 36 - 59, Apr. 2019.
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