Volume 11, Issue 40 (Social Welfare Quarterly 2011)                   refahj 2011, 11(40): 129-159 | Back to browse issues page

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Nejadsabzi P. Family Factors Related to Being a Runaway Child in Khorramabad. refahj. 2011; 11 (40) :129-159
URL: http://refahj.uswr.ac.ir/article-1-512-en.html
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Introduction: Family as a social institution with important roles in educating people can promote or deteriorate social health and stability. Social deviances are signs of dysfunctions in society structure. Regarding the increasing growth of home escape, detecting family factors related to this phenomenon is the aim of this research. Method: Population of this survey includes runaway children under 18, male or female, living in centers affiliated to Welfare Organization, correction centers, and Khorramabad central prison. Control group comprised of other children under 18 who lived in Khorramabad. The size of both samples were 48. Findings: Based on multiple regression analysis, there was a statistically significant relationship between being runaway children and living in broken homes, domestic violence, parents’ lack of supervision on the children, family conflict, parents’ criminal history, and parents’ addiction. Children’s gender had not any relationship. Conclusion: Domestic violence had the strongest relationship with being runaway children.
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Received: 2011/09/18 | Published: 2011/04/15

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