THE EFFECT OF THE TRIBAL JALWA ON THE EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT OF THE DESCENDANTS OF THE COMMUNITY FAMILIES AND THE SONS OF THE FUTURE SOCIETY OF AL-JALWA
An exploratory study in one of the villages of Kara, Jordan
The study aimed to find out the effect of the tribal glow on the educational attainment of the children of the community families and the children of a future society of the Jilwa, an exploratory study in one of the villages of Karak, and this study is considered a new study about the damages resulting from the tribal glow on the university academic achievement of the children of the community families and families receiving the glow, and the impact on Their thinking in the future and how they choose scientific majors in universities, which would help them change their current conditions and improve their lives for the better, and the least expensive, due to their poor financial conditions imposed on them by the clan. The role of the tribal judiciary is considered important in limiting or minimizing the negative effects resulting from the tribal clan by creating suitable conditions for those arriving by the act of jealousy. In this way, it examines one of the social problems that the society suffers from in order to find some solutions, and to achieve the objectives of the study, a questionnaire was constructed for the purpose of data collection, and a regular random sample was chosen, and the study concluded with a set of recommendations, the most important of which were: Increasing awareness and education through means The media, about the damage caused by al-Jawwah in terms of harm within a society, and the acceleration of judicial procedures to absorb anger, and the creation of places designated for their reception in which the conditions for a decent life are met, and the state’s provision of material and security assistance to al-Jawa’s recipients to reduce the burdens and problems resulting from the jail, and the state’s distribution of community families on More than one area; To reduce overcrowding in public places, schools, transportation, and universities.
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