The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 14
Page No. 3549 - 3553

The Relationship Between Identity Style, Fear of Negative Evaluation with Social Acceptance

Authors : Islam Moradi, Shahrbanoo Ghahari, Bahram Gheytarani and Rogheyeh Safari

Abstract: The goal of the present research is to analyze the relationship between the identity style and fear of negative evaluation with social acceptance. The research community includes 419 people (208 males and 211 females) at all levels of schools’ teachers in Khodabandeh in the academic year 2013-2014. Three schools selected by cluster sampling from 16 schools, 120 teachers selected by random sampling. This study used the Berzonsky’s Identity Style Inventory (ISI), Brief Fear of Negative Evaluation (BFNE) and Marco-Crown’s Social Acceptance Scale (SDS). For data evaluation, the correlation and regression evaluation were used stepwise. The results of correlation and regression analysis showed that there is a significant relationship between dependent variables of identity style and fear of negative evaluation with the dependent variable social acceptance (p<0.05). Weak identity style is predicting individual problems for example fear of negative evaluation and fear of negative evaluation intervenes in the process of social acceptance.

How to cite this article:

Islam Moradi, Shahrbanoo Ghahari, Bahram Gheytarani and Rogheyeh Safari, 2016. The Relationship Between Identity Style, Fear of Negative Evaluation with Social Acceptance. The Social Sciences, 11: 3549-3553.

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