The role of some variables and their relationship to the level of future-anxiety among university students




variables (psychologycal, economical, healthy, and social), future-anxity, student


The study aims to determine the level of anxiety of the future among the students at university, to know the differences in the anxiety of the future level among the university Students between (Male-female), and to know the differences in the variables anxiety of the future among university students. Research methodology: The researcher applied on the descriptive approach (sample survey) because of the appropriate approach to the nature of the current research, The population of this study was determined intentionally from the university students in Soran university faculty of education, and the sample of the study (187) female (108) and males (79)students in 3rd great from the (physical education, general science, Kurdish, mathematic and social science) departments in faculty of education in Soran university (20-24 years old).Conclusion: The level of concern for the future among university youth above the average in all areas is a measure of concern،The future (psychological, economic, social, health) and the overall degree of the scale with a statistical function.The existence of statistically significant differences among university students in the Faculty of Education of The Soran University according to the gender type (male, female) in the areas of the measure of future anxiety (social and family), and the absence of significant differences.A statistic among university students following the change of type (male, female) in the areas of the measure of future anxiety (psychological, Economic, health) and the overall degree of the scale. The future (psychological, social, health) and the overall degree of scale except for the (economic) field, The differences were statistically significant, and in light of the results of this research, the recommendations were made.

Author Biographies

Shimal H. Chomani, Soran University

physical education department, faculty of education

Alan Pshtiwan, Soran university, Kurdistan region


Karzan K. Khoshnaw, Soran University



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