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Aliverdinia A, Hasani M, Ebrahimi E. Family Factors of Child Abuse. refahj. 2014; 13 (50) :71-110
URL: http://refahj.uswr.ac.ir/article-1-1355-en.html
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Introduction: Child abuse not only attack on the today and yesterday children, but makes the faint-hearted adults, humiliation and low self-esteem, which or become isolated individual or to take revenge toward community. This study tries to examine the phenomenon of child abuse, family factors that influence on the base the theoretical framework. Method: The method adopted for this study, was to conduct a survey. Data has been collected by a questionnaire and multistage sampling. Statistical populations are high school first grade students in Shahriyar city that three hundred seventy two of them have been selected by Cochran formula. Pearson’s correlation coefficient, Analysis of Variances, Multivariate Regression and Path Analysis have been used for data analysis and test of hypotheses. Findings: The results show that the score of the construct of social isolation, disorder relationships, economic status and family size predict a significant proportion of the variance in the prediction of child abuse in the family. In the research, Variable of disorder relationships in families is highest impact factor and also has with the economic situation variable, in addition to direct effects, indirect effects on the dependent variable. Discussion: The results of this study show that the statistics of child abuse in general, compared with other studies do not show decreased, but The findings of this study reflect a significant difference between the results of some other studies have observed and it is that (emotional) Soft child abuse (emotional) in this study have been overcome on hardware (physical) child abuse.
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Received: 2014/03/17 | Accepted: 2014/03/17 | Published: 2014/03/17

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