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Gürbüz Ocak; İjlal Ocak; Emine A. Baysal (2017)
Types: Article
Subjects: absenteeism, causes of absenteeism, high school students

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The purpose of this study is to find out the causes of high school students’ absenteeism. Survey method was used. The population was comprised of 531 students in the public high schools. The data was collected with "The Scale of Absenteeism Causes" developed by the researchers. Cronbach Alpha was calculated as α=0.936. Findings show the causes of students' absenteeism aren't related to school, students themselves and their parent, however, student absenteeism causes partly psychological reasons. Male students have more absenteeism than female students in terms of the causes of absenteeism sourced by school, students and psychological. Moreover, 9th, 10th and 11th grade students' absenteeism has bigger values than 12th students.
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