Introduction: The Main purpose of The study is
to Show that The extent of extreme
individualism” Can be Cause to Decline The “social trust”. Extreme
individualism as a Social problem Based on The priority of Individual Goals and
Tendency to Autonomy. in The other hand, Increasing The Seeking of selfishly
benefits, Reducing The individual attachments and Liabilities on Their
societies. In such conditions Individual Prefer to Choose Their individual
benefits, When They Face With Conflict interests (The collective or Individual
Benefits) Even if Harm to Others.
research Is a Survey Which Used of questioner technique to Gathering The data
That Performed in Ones presence in 1390. The statistic society Is The people
Over 20 years in Mashhad (1, 530, 827 People) and for The sample Size (384) We
Used of Multi-stage cluster Sampling.
Finding Verified The essential hypothesis and Indicates that The mean of
extreme individualism Is in Average level (2/6), and The mean of social trust
Is in Low level (2). Furthermore, There Is a Significant counter relationship
Between The social trust and Extreme individualism (r = 0/591).
Multiple regression analysis, %53 of The variation of dependent variable (The
extreme individualism) Explained by The Independent variables that Remained in
The final model. The beta Coefficient of "Civic trust " Was (-0/63),
"education"(0/18) " social class " (0/17), "
Interpersonal trust "(-0/12), " generalized trust " (0/09) and
The "edg" (0/09) Percent.
result of the research Shows that The level of social trust Has been Low in All
aspects of social interactions and Thus The increase The distrust, The increase
The extreme individualism in Society and Vice versa. So, in Dimensions of
social trust, Interpersonal trust Has Main effect on Extreme individualism.