are from outside. On the other hand, Figure 1 represents a display of the bar graph showing the percentages of the people from Saudi Arabia nationality and non Saudi Arabian. A low number of outsiders securing job in Saudi Arabia may mean that the learning opportunities available are first given to the nationalities (Davis & Haley, 1999). 17 participants are not included as the data is being analyzed to avoid inaccuracy. 0 50 100 150 200 Non Saudi Saudi Nationality
SAUDI CHILDREN ABROAD AND THE EFFECTIVNESS OF E-LEARNING 38 Figure 2: Period of Staying Abroad Figure 2 displays people staying abroad and those not staying abroad. The largest percentage shows the percentage of the Saudi Arabian population staying abroad while the small percentage shows the percentage of the Saudi Arabian population who lives within the country. It is clear that 23 participants did not stay abroad for a while which resulted to the data being filtered to eliminate inaccuracy. Table 3: Number of Children Yes 89% No 11% Period of staying abroad
SAUDI CHILDREN ABROAD AND THE EFFECTIVNESS OF E-LEARNING 39 Figure 3: Number of Children The Table 3 above displays the distribution of parents population with or without children. 37 people have no children, and they represent 17.5% of the population. 18 people have 1 child and represent 8.5% of the population. 30 people have 2 children, and represent 14.2% of the population. 48 people have 3 children and represent 22.6% of the population. 45 people have 4 children, and represent 21.2 % of the population. 19 people have 5 children, and represents 9% of the population. The remaining 15 people have more than 5 children and represent 7.1% of population. In figure 3, most of the details have been captured in table 3. It is evident that majority of the population have 3 or 4 children. A high percentage has also been displayed by those that do not have even a single child. Inaccurate data has been eliminated by filtering the 37 participants considered to having no children. 37 18 30 48 45 19 15 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 0 1 2 3 4 5 5+
SAUDI CHILDREN ABROAD AND THE EFFECTIVNESS OF E-LEARNING 40 Table 4: Purposes of living abroad Figure 4: Purpose of living abroad The table 4 above displays the analysis of data according to purposes that have rendered the reasons for the populations living abroad. The reasons include work, study and retirement, tourism, and business. However, study has emerged to be the main reason for staying abroad as a parent. This shows that majority of the population seek education in other countries. Businesses and tourism reasons are found to be minor reasons why people go abroad. Figure 4 displays the data in form of a bar graph whereby the percentages are shown as per the frequency. Tourism and other reasons were eliminated to remove the inaccuracy because it was found to be
SAUDI CHILDREN ABROAD AND THE EFFECTIVNESS OF E-LEARNING 41 inadequate thus leading to imprecision (Liang, 2018). As it is, tourism was eliminated because it is a temporary visit and thus cannot be considered as residence.
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