Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

The Degree to which Faculty Members in Private Jordanian Universities Possess the Skill of Crisis Management as they See (Case Study: Jerash University)


Dr. Tamara Al-Amad and Dr. Nofah Sameh Almawadeh

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I1.221088

Keywords: Crises, Crises Management, Skill of Crises Management.


Abstract

This study aimed at recognizing the possession of crises management skill by the faculty members of jordanian private universities as they perceive it. It also aimed at finding out if significant differences existed between the respondents perceptions due to the variables: sex, experience and academic rank. The population of the study consisted of (231) faculty members, and the sample consisted of (126) faculty member, to collect data, an electronic was constructed, and its validity and reliability were computed. The results of the study revealed that the degree of possession of crisis management skill by the faculty members of jordanian private universities was medium (3.66). The results also showed that significant differences existed between the respondents perceptions due to the variable: sex, and for the benefit of female faculty member, and no significant differences were found due to the variables experience and academic rank in the light of the results of the study, several recommendations were introduced, among which were: conducting periodical meeting for the faculty member to increase their awareness towered all kinds of crises, wither they were caused by human or natural disasters, or other causes.

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