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salehi shahraki S, Shiani M. The Relationship between Communities and Subjective Well-Being of Children Aged 10 to 12 Years in the Sixth District of Tehran. refahj. 2019; 19 (73) :137-188
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This Research is based on the Diner’s approaches dividing the effective factors on subjective well-being as well as the theory of ecological systems of Bruffen Brener (1995) identifying the communities and layers of the child’s presence and activities. The study of the background of the research was conducted using documentary study method and empirically using the scroll. The tool was a questionnaire which was distributed among 453 participants whose age range was 10-12 years old. The analysis process was performed using SPSS 21 software, descriptive statistics, and analytical methods. As indicated by the findings, school teachers are unlikely to have a direct impact on subjective well-being in multivariate regression. However, the school’s environment appears to be important. The living environment with a direct and indirect coefficient of 0.48 has the greatest impact on the subjective well-being of children. Therefore, the most influential factors seem to be the living environment, the group of friends, and the school space, and ultimately, it is the family which affects the subjective well-being of children. Accordingly, it can be said that children have valuable and more useful, and careful consideration in the determinants of child satisfaction, with minor reforms in policies, has made the communities offer a great service to the future of the citizens and the countries.
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Received: 2018/12/8 | Accepted: 2019/07/17 | Published: 2019/10/18

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