İmam hatip liselerindeki dini musiki eğitiminin öğrencilerin öz saygısına olan etkisi

Thesis Type: Postgraduate

Institution Of The Thesis: Marmara University, Institute Of Social Sciences, Department Of Islamic History And Arts, Turkey

Approval Date: 2018

Thesis Language: Turkish


Supervisor: Mehmet Safa Yeprem


The purpose of this research is finding the answer to the quesiton of "Is there any positive effect of religious music education in the religious vocational high schools on the students' self esteem?" In accordance with this purpose, by taking necessary permisson from the governorship, a total of 81 students in the 9th and 10th grade, who are having education at the Istanbul Uskudar Hakkı Demir Anatolian Religious Vocational High School, which is the only high school in this particular field and accepting students with talent exam in the religious music field. At the first stage, the place of music and religious music education in our country's education system, what is self-esteem, what does it mean if it's high or low in the context of human behavior, and the relation between music and self-esteem are tried to be mentioned. Afterwards, in order to be able to present the given education literally, attandence to the classes with students and interviews with the teachers were carried out. After the given education presented, by applying the Rosenberg Self-esteem scale along with the demographic information form, self-esteem was compared between 40 students who receive religious music lesson and 41 students who do not. In addition, it is investigated whether the self-esteem of the students were influenced by factors like age, income level of the family, the education level of parents, the type of music most frequently listened to in the family and birth order. Statistical analyses revealed that the religious music education had no positive effect on self-esteem and also it was understood that factros like age, income level of the family, education level of parents, the type of music most frequently listened to in the family and birth order did not affect the self-esteem.