Social entrepreneurship, Initiative, innovation, acceptance of risk, voluntary participation, application of the concept of entrepreneurship.
This study aimed to investigate the availability of the requirements for applying the concept of social entrepreneurship in the branch of Taibah University in the Khyber region in Saudi Arabia. To achieve this aim of the study, three basic hypotheses were formulated and tested using preliminary data collected through the survey, Data was collected by a convenience sample, the sample of study consisted of (307) students and faculty members, Data analysis and hypothesis testing have been depended on use methods of a structural equation modelling, path analysis, and direct and indirect analysis by using the Bootstrap method, The study found a significant effect of the dimensions of social entrepreneurship in the application of the concept of social entrepreneurship in Taibah University branch, And the relative importance of the requirements for applying the concept of social entrepreneurship , it's arranged as follows: (innovation - voluntary participation - acceptance of risk - Initiative) ,The importance of the requirements for applying the concept of social entrepreneurship in the branch of Taibah University varies according to gender, specialization and function with regard to the dimensions of (acceptance of risk and voluntary participation) while it does not differ with regard to the dimensions of Initiative and innovation.
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