|The psycho- social positive & negative impact of CVID-19 On Kandahar University’s Students. Case Study (Kandahar University)|
|کد مقاله : 1092-COVID|
قدرت الله نظری *1، سیدعباس هاشمی2، علی نقی محمدی3، ذکیه حنیف3، محمد قیس معنوی4|
1دانشګاه شهید بهشتی دانشکده علوم تربیتی و روانشناسی ګروه توسعه آموزش عالی دانشجو خارجی اهل افغانستان.
2عضوهیت علمی دانشګاه قندهار
3عضو هیت علمی دانشګاه قندهار
4عضوی هیت علمی دانشګاه قندهار افغانستان
Introduction, by the current reach of the COVID-19 pandemic in the population there are bound to be long-term implications in terms of socio-economic and psychological impact. The swift rise of fear and anxiety among people due to uncertainty of the disease are coupled with essential yet socially disruptive measures like lockdowns and quarantines. These can lead to significant psychological and psychiatric disturbances such as post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, panic disorders, and behavioral disorders and also negative and positive effects on students learning process in schools and universities. Predisposing factors include staying away from family, loneliness, misinformation on social media, financial insecurity and stigmatization. it is paramount to understand and research the psychological impact.
Methods, Methods This study utilized a cross-sectional survey designed on a convenient sample of 322 peoples in Kandahar university. Its data were collected using anonymous structured questionnaires distributed through social software. questions were set to evaluate the participants’ risk perception of COVID-19, and the psycho- social positive & negative impact of CVID-19 On Kandahar University’s Students. Questionnaire was used to identify the participants’ immediate psychological status. Descriptive statistics were used for data analysis. Risk perception and psychological status were compared by demographic characteristics and COVID-19 exposure experiences.
Result, the results showed that The psycho- social positive & negative impact of CVID-19 On Kandahar University’s Students. and sensitivity to social risks increased, while the scores of positive emotions and life satisfaction decreased.
The results contribute to the knowledge gaps of short-term individual changes in psychological conditions after the outbreak.
Conclusion, the finding indicating that, faced and their family with COVID-19 are worried about the risk of infection, the future of their learning process in unreliable condition
|Keywords: Coronavirus; COVID-19; Psychology; Social distancing; Quarantine; learning|
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