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The Impact of Students' Age on their Attitudes Toward Disability – the Albania’s Case

Fatbardha Osmanaga


Children attitudes toward their disabled peers impact the process of scholastic integration of children with special needs. The study aimed to measure the impact of children age on their attitudes towards disability. The paper examined the impact of the age in Albanian children attitudes toward their peers with disabilities. In the study participated 1050 students. Based on the analysis of the data, it resulted that the attitude of pupils towards their peers with disabilities was positive. Affective components and behavioral ones were favorable, while the cognitive component was not favorable. There is a significant relationship between different classes in the general attitude of students. There is a significant relationship between different classes in the affective and behavioral components of students attitude. So, there is not a significant relationship between different classes in the behavioral component attitude of students. There are given some recommendations in order to promote positive attitudes towards pupils with disabilities and to improve the process and structure of learning.

Kewords: CATCH test, students’age, atittudes. 

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