The Effect of Role Playing Style in Reducing Social Withdrawal of Preparatory Stage Female Students Role Playing Style – Social Withdrawal -Stage Female Students

Abstract

The present research aims at knowing the effect of using the role-playing technique in reducing the social withdrawal of preparatory stage female students. In order to achieve this aim, the researcher has tested the following null hypotheses:1.There are no statistically significant differences at (0.05) time the average grades and social withdrawal of the control group in the pretest and posttest.2.There are no statistically significant differences (0.05) time the average grades and social withdrawal experimental group in the pretest and posttest.3.There are no statistically significant differences at (0.05) times the average grades and social withdrawal of the two groups (experimental and control) in Valuable posttest.In order to test the hypotheses of the research, the researcher uses the (design of two groups: experimental and controlled). However, the sample of the study consists of (20) preparatory stage female students who have scored more than (30) on the scale of social withdrawal. They are randomly distributed on two groups (experimental and controlled), (10) students on each one, where the equalization has been done between the two groups in a number of variables that have relation with the dependent variable.1-Using the scale of social withdrawal according the theory of Caren Horney which consists of (30) items. The validity of the items has been ascertained logically through exposing them on a number of experts and then analyzing them statistically by using the methods of two extreme groups and the relation of the item with the total grades of the scale. In order to ascertain the reliability of the scale, the researcher uses the re-test method, where it is (0,788) and by using Alpha- Cronbach, where it is (0,725). The researcher has administered the scale on a sample consists of (400) female orphan students from the intermediate stage in order to detect the students who have pessimism.2- Constructing acounseling program to reduce the social withdrawal of preparatory stage female students according to the technique of role-playing where the sessions of the program are (10) counseling sessions, two sessions per week, (45) minutes for each one.The researcher uses the statistical package in treating the data of her study. However, the researcher has arrived at the following results:1.There are statistically significant differences at (0.05) time the average grades and social withdrawal of the control group in the pretest and posttest.2.There are statistically significant differences (0.05) time the average grades and social withdrawal experimental group in the pretest and posttest.3.There are statistically significant differences at (0.05) times the average grades and social withdrawal of the two groups (experimental and control) in Valuable posttest.Finally, the researcher has put forward a number of recommendations and suggestions.