Attitudes, Social Acceptance, and Rejection towards Refugee Students: The Case of Düzce Province, Turkey

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  • Osman Aktan Ministry of National Education

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to examine the attitudes, social acceptance, and rejection levels of students towards refugee students studying at different education levels. The research was carried out in descriptive research design. It was determined that the students were not accepted by their peers, and as the education level increased, the social acceptance scores of the refugee students decreased and the social rejection scores increased. It was determined that refugee students were accepted mostly by primary school students, followed by secondary school and least high school students. It has been determined that especially high school students have lower social acceptance towards refugee students and higher rejection scores. It has been determined that there was a significant relationships relationship between students' social acceptance and rejection scores and their academic achievement and attitude scores.

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2022-04-05

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Aktan, O. (2022). Attitudes, Social Acceptance, and Rejection towards Refugee Students: The Case of Düzce Province, Turkey. FIRE: Forum for International Research in Education, 7(3), 54–67. Retrieved from https://fire-ojs-ttu.tdl.org/FIRE/article/view/263

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