Judgments and Prejudices of Students against Their Failure in the Social Studies Class

Muzaffer Çatak

Abstract


It is necessary to determine the ways of success in order to achieve success. It can be said that it is essential to be aware of the factors that may cause failure to achieve success. Some students have certain prejudices against their classes. This study aims to reveal the prejudice and negative judgments which are thought to affect the failures of students in the social studies class and to establish a solution by determining the prescribed prejudices and judgments that affect students' failures in the relevant class. In addition, as a result of this research, the students who regarded their failure in the social studies class as fundamentally teacher-based indicated it with 138 frequencies in 9 different coding, as self-based with 229 frequencies in 14 different coding and as program-based with 94 frequencies in 4 different coding. It has been seen that the students prioritized themselves more in comparison to the teacher-based and program-based considering the coding varieties and frequency numbers. It can be stated that the students regarded the program as the source of their failure the least.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v7i6.4041

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