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Jalali D, Rahbarian J. The Violence and some Factors Connected among Addicted's Wives. refahj. 2006; 6 (22) :149-172
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Objective: Addiction is one of the basic problems that treat millions of people. This problem not only is individuals but also has been faced their family with many problems. The aim of this study was determine and comparative the violence experienced rate among addicted and non - addicted's wives. Method: 107 addicted 's wives were selected by randomly sampling, and matched 107 persons of non- addicted 's wives, and then evaluated by researcherdeveloped questionnaire on the experienced violence. The reliability of the inventory using Cronbach Alpha was estimated .78. For dertermine rate of social support used by Prosidano (1983) inventory. Finding & Result: The analysis of t- test indicated that the significant difference between mean violence experienced among addicted and non- addicted 's wives (P<.01). The analysis of variance indicated significant difference between educated level and occupational status (P<.05). In non- addicted group the results of the hypotheses indicated that there was a significant relation between the rate of experinced violence and educated level (P<.5). There was negative correlation between the level of social support and violence experienced rate in nonaddicted group but that was not significant in addicted group (P<.05). This study indicated addicted's wives in comparative non - addicted's wives higher violence were experienced. Further, the people's wives who were non – occupational and low educated higher violence were experienced. In non - addicted's wives there were reverse relation between the rate of experinced violence and educated level, Where as, in addicted's wives with the level of social support.

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Received: 2015/09/10 | Accepted: 2015/09/10 | Published: 2015/09/10

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