The Impact of SES on Self-Esteem: Students' Socio-economic Status and Students' Levels of Self-Esteem in North Cyprus

By Senem Sanal-Erginel and Fatos Silman.

Published by The Learner Collection

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This paper proposes to investigate the impact of students' socio-economic status on their level of self-esteem in north Cyprus.

Keywords: Socio-Economic Status, Self-Esteem

International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 5, pp.1-12. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.025MB).

Ms Senem Sanal-Erginel

Senem Sanal-Erginel was born in Cyprus in 1970. She completed her BA in Istanbul University on English Language Teaching. She obtained an MA in English Language Teaching/Education from Eastern Mediterranean University in 1997 and her second MA in Applied Linguistics from Reading University, UK, in 1998. Currently she is pursuing her PhD at Middle East Technical University, Turkey, where she is specializing on curriculum and instruction. She taught English for university level students for general and academic purposes. She has been part of the Department of Educational Sciences of Eastern Mediterranean University since 2000. Her area of interest includes teacher education, reflective thinking, curriculum design and evaluation, instructional design, and self-assessment.

Fatos Silman

Fatos Silman completed her BA and MA on English Language and Literature at Eastern Mediterranean University and PhD on Educational Administration and Planning at Middle East Technical University. Currently she is working as an Assistant Professor at Near East University in Cyprus. Her area interests include Organizational Theory, Gender Issues in Higher Education and Educational Sociology.


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