Volume 11, Issue 41 (Social Welfare Quarterly 2011)                   2011, 11(41): 421-444 | Back to browse issues page

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Javadi R, Aghabakhshi H, Rafiey H, Asgari A, Baian Memar A, Abdi Zarrin S. The Relationship between Family Functioning and Resilience Against Substance Use in Male Students at High Risk High Schools. Social Welfare. 2011; 11 (41) :421-444
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Objective: The aim of the present study is to examine associations among several family functions and resilience against substance which is begin use in high school students. Method: 145 high school students at risk for substance use participated in this correlational study. Family assessment device (FAD) and a researcher-made questionnaire were applied to assess variables. Data were analyzed by Pearson correlation and multiple regressions. Finding: This study revealed significant associations among family functions (problem-solving, communication, roles, control, emotional involvement and general function) and resilience against substance use. But emotional responsiveness was inconsistent with them. Results of multiple regression showed that the emotional involvement can Predict respectively 13% of the resilience against substance use variance (p<0/0001). Conclusion: The more the family functions is healthy and favorable, the more probability of offspring becomes resilient in the face of substance use.
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