Collective terror and its relationship to fear of social contact
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Iraq passed and is still going through exceptional circumstances and events that ravaged its human and social structure.
That researchers study the various phenomena that have an impact on Iraqi society rests with everyone, so the current study comes as a scientific attempt to identify the nature of the relationship between collective terror and fear of social contact among state employees. The study has reached the following results:
1- The research sample has a sense of collective terror
2- There are no statistically significant differences in collective terror among the sample according to gender (male-female).
3- The research sample has a fear of social contact that is higher than the hypothetical mean of the scale.
4- There are no statistically significant differences in the fear of social contact according to gender (male - female).
5- There is a relationship between collective terror and fear of social contact
Then conclude a research with recommendations and proposals.
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