The relationship between self-concept and aesthetic preference for drawing among students of department of art education
Knowing the relationship of the self-concept with the aesthetic preference with drawing among the students of the Art Education And the research community is (236), (82) males and (154) females, while the research sample (100) students. The research adopted two tools: testing the self-concept consisting of (25) paragraphs. and a test of aesthetic preference consists of 20 paragraphs. The search results were: The research sample showed a concept with a degree (acceptable) and in favor of females, as the average percentages for the sample as a whole (50,98). The research sample showed an aesthetic preference for a moderate degree, as the average percentages for the sample as a whole (62,6) were in favor of females. There were differences in the concept of self and in favor of females. The average percentages for females (53,65) and among males (48,32). There were also differences in aesthetic preference in favor of females, as the average percentages of females (64.9) and males (60.4). There is a significant positive correlative relationship between the aesthetic preference and the concept of the self. The correlation coefficient of the sample is all (0,86) and is more positive for females than for males.
Keywords:self-concept, aesthetic, preference, art, education
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