عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between the dimensions of the hidden curriculum and self-disciplinary self-discipline of female high school students in the western city of Islamabad. This research is descriptive-correlational in terms of applied purpose and descriptive in terms of implementation method. The statistical population of this study was the second grade female students of Islamabad Gharb city who were selected as the statistical sample using Morgan table and cluster random sampling of 200 people. To measure the variables, the Fathi Vajargah Hidden Curriculum Questionnaire (2006) and the Zand Karimi Self-Disciplinary Questionnaire (2011) were used. Analysis of research findings was performed using analysis of variance and regression with SPSS 20 software at a significant level (p <0.05). The results showed that 4% of the variance related to self-discipline is explained by the components of the hidden curriculum (school social atmosphere, school organizational structure and interaction between teacher and student) (R2 = 0.036) and the component of interaction between teacher and knowledge. The hidden curriculum variable learner can explain the variance of the self-disciplinary variable significantly (β = -0.238).