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International Journal for Research in Education (IJRE)

Year of Start: December 2012
Frequency: Monthly Journal
ISSN: (p) 2347-5412) & (o) 2320-091X
Version: Electronic and Print
Subject: Education
Language of Publication: English
About The Journal

International Journal for Research in Education (IJRE) is an ISSN International online as well as print Journal. It is also double blind peer reviewed, Indexed and Impact Factored Journal since December 2012. In this Journal Research articles, Research work and Research projects has been invited of various Educational fields for the publishing in this Journal at a Global level as well as print materials.
This Journals Invites only High quality as well as scientific Research work from various researchers in the field of Education. The selection criteria of the paper/article after completed and passed under the peer reviewed process.
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October 2017 – Volume 6, Issue 10

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1 {tooltip}Low Self-Esteem in Children with Autism: What are the Causes and Effects of Low Self-Esteem on Autistic Children?{end-texte}Abstract – This study aims to answer the question of how low self-esteem can occur in autistic children and analyse the various effects that it can have. In doing so, it aims to provide suggestions on how the situation could be improved, through strategies for improving individual self-esteem, and ways of facilitating autism-friendly schools in the hope of further improving self-esteem. The links between issues associated with self-esteem will be used to draw conclusions and form a critical view of the situation. A self-reflection on self-esteem will highlight how it can affect people and how it can be improved. Therefore, conclusions will be made through consideration of different viewpoints, both from the side of an autistic child and from the side of a non-autistic adult. This will highlight the main issues associated with self-esteem in general, and also highlight how autistic children can be more adversely affected by self-esteem issues. Overall, the study intends to provide a critical view by comparing and contrasting reported research and personal experience in order to answer the question of how important self-esteem is, and how much more important it becomes in the case of an autistic child.{end-tooltip} Faihan Alotaibi    

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