Noble Values Practice among Primary School Pupils based on Demographic Factors

Mohamad Khairi Haji Othman,Asmawati Suhid,Mohd. Zailani Mohd Yusoff,Mohd Nasrun Mohd Nawi

Of late, social ills and discipline problems among pupils have becoming alarmingly serious. As such, the issue that needs to be addressed is the present practice of noble values among them. Therefore, this study aims to identify whether the noble values practice among primary school pupils is different in terms of demography. This study employs the quantitative survey study design whereby the data was collected through a questionnaire which involved 321 primary school pupils from four types of primary schools such as National School, Chinese Vernacular School, Tamil Vernacular School and Islamic Primary School in the northern zone states of Peninsular Malaysia. The findings showed that the overall noble values practice is at medium high level. This study found that there is significant difference of noble values practice in terms of school location and types of school. However, in terms of gender, there is no significant difference in noble values practice. In conclusion, this study showed that demographic aspect is an important factor towards developing students’ noble values practice.

Volume 11 | 05-Special Issue

Pages: 1382-1389