The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 9
Page No. 2010 - 2013

The Relationship Between Family Performance and Addiction Potential of High School Students in the City of Khash for the Second Period 1394-1395 Academic Year

Authors : Fariba Bameri, Narges Nouri, Mozhde Mirmoradzehi Sibi, Parviz Barahooie and Asma Dehvari

Abstract: Tendency and addiction to abuse of drugs is an important issue in the field of social harm. Family environment is the first environment in which physical, emotional and personality patterns of the individuals are formed and it has a significant role in a person’s mental health. The aim of the present study was to examine the relationship between family functioning and its components with addiction potential among male students. This study was a descriptive-correlational study. The sample was 95 male students of second year high school of the second period in Khash chosen by clustering sampling from a population of 326 people. Data collection tool used in this study was Family Assessment Device FAD (1984) for family and addiction potential questionnaire by Zargar for addiction potential. Data was analyzed by SPSS 16 using descriptive method and inferential statistics tests (Pearson correlation coefficient and regression). The results showed that there is a significant negative relationship between total family functioning score with addiction potential (p<0.01). From among family functioning components, problem solving explained 32% of the variance of addiction potential, role 18% and emotional reactions 26% of it. According to the results with the scores of the overall functioning of the family, social roles, expressing emotion and solving problem becoming higher, addiction potential reduces.

How to cite this article:

Fariba Bameri, Narges Nouri, Mozhde Mirmoradzehi Sibi, Parviz Barahooie and Asma Dehvari, 2016. The Relationship Between Family Performance and Addiction Potential of High School Students in the City of Khash for the Second Period 1394-1395 Academic Year. The Social Sciences, 11: 2010-2013.

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