The Effect of 2011 Van Earthquake on 8th Grade Students' Value Rankings

  title={The Effect of 2011 Van Earthquake on 8th Grade Students' Value Rankings},
  author={Bulent Akbaba and Bahadır Kılcan and Osman Çepni},
  journal={International Journal of Education},
Accepted: 14.09.2013 The purpose of this study was to determine which values in social studies teaching program came into prominence after Van Earthquake on October 23, 2011. A total of 455 8th grade students chosen randomly from central districts of Van and Ankara provinces in 2011-2012 education year participated in the study. This study was designed in survey model. In order to gather data, the students were given a form including both the question "Which of the values in the form came into… 
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