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EEO. 2020; 19(1): 893-914

Strategies To Cope With The Psychological Pressures Of Palestinian Women In The Context Of The Covid-19

Shadia Issa Makhlouf.


The study aimed to identify strategies to address the psychological stresses of Palestinian women in the context of the Corona pandemic. In order to achieve this, the researcher used the descriptive field curriculum, where a sample of (346) students from Bethlehem University, selected in the random class method, was selected by a questionnaire consisting of (48) paragraphs, and in order to analyze the data used repetitions and Percentages, arithmetic averages and standard deviations, Tow-Way ANOVA analysis, Alpha-Cronbach equation, and the results indicated strategies to address psychological stress in Palestinian women under the Corona pandemic, which was moderate, and it was found that there were Statistically significant differences in strategies to cope with the psychological pressures of Palestinian women in the context of the Corona pandemic due to gender variables and the number of children, The results also indicated that there were no statistically significant differences in strategies to cope with psychological stress among Palestinian women under the Corona pandemic, due to the variable level of education, monthly income rate, housing and practical situation, and based on the results of the study recommended a set of recommendations.

Key words: Coping strategies, psychological pressures, Palestinian women, Corona pandemic.

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