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Sharifian Sani M, karimi S, Rafiee H, Mohamadi F, Ghasemzade D. Exploring the Resiliency Process of Teenagers and Youths against Substance Abuse. refahj. 2012; 12 (45) :481-518
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  Introduction: The aim of this study is exploring the resiliency process in Darrvaze Ghar neighborhoods of Tehran teenagers and youths with the substance abuse through discovering dimensions of experiences.

  Method : The present research was carried out by using a methodology of qualitative research using grounded theory based on Strauss and Corbin’s approach. The study focused on Darrvaze Ghar neighborhoods of Tehran in 2011. Data was collected through open unstructured interviews and focus group discussion. In total, 14 interviews with 12 teenagers/youths were held and focused group discussion was held with 7 participants.

  Findings: Findings of the research have shown that 5 major elements are affecting the resiliency process of teenager and youths with the substance abuse as fallow:

  1) Targeted efforts and hope for the future to identity achievement

  2) Employing strategies to maintain their

  3) For overcome cultural factor and social nasty stigma, underdevelopment, risky environmental and concern of safety issues

  4) Identity achievement

  5) Experiencing facilitator and confounding factors. The most important part of the other elements around it is identity achievement.

  Conclusion: The result uncovered, be confirming , the achieve meaning of life , achieve success are issues that are formed and resulted through process of resiliency with the drug abuse. Resiliency process of Darvaze Ghar teenager and youths are begging from training childhood and with efforts to overcome obstacle and achieve success will be continued .

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Received: 2013/05/6 | Accepted: 2013/05/6 | Published: 2013/05/6

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