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Considering the Effect of Social Capital Dimensions on Social Security (The Studied Sample: above 18 Residents of Kerman City)
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addressing the relationship between the social capital and its dimensions with the social security is the aim of the current study. The research method is descriptive- explanatory and survey that has been done by using a questionnaire with interview. The above 18 residents of Kerman city constitute the research statistics population that it was chosen 384 persons using the Kookran formula and multistage cluster sampling method. It was used Spss16 to analysis the information and Pearson test, regression analysis and path analysis to examine the hypothesis.

The findings show that the social security of responders is in the middle. There is a significant relationship between the strong social trust, social support and social network. While there was not a significant relationship between the membership in voluntary institutes and trade-off norms with the social security. The results of regression analysis show that the independent variables can explain 12 percentages of the dependent variables changes, totally. Moreover, the results of path analysis show that the trust dimension can be generalized amongst the social capital and the instrumental support have the most effect on social security.

Keywords: Social Security, Social Capital, Social Trust, Social Support and Social network
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2015/12/22 | Accepted: 2017/05/7 | Published: 2017/05/7
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