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Universalism and its effective social-cultural factors
Karim Rezadoost, Alihosin Hossinzadeh, Ehsan Kohansal
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This research is about social consensus and the effective factors on it in Dehdasht (A city of kohkiloieh and Boier ahmad state). 389 Participants were 15 years old and older, used multistage cluster sampling method and a questionnaire as an instrument that was used for the data collection. The results have shown that social participation, specific social confidence, general social confidence, or social confidence generalized and social economic status have the direct and meaningful relation with dependent variable and so sense of anomie, fatalism, sense of comparative deprivation have the opposite and meaningful relation with the social consensus. Regeration analyses have shown interred variable in this investigation explain 37 per cent of dependent variable variance and here social participation plays the most role in variance explanation of the social consensus. Pass Analysis results have shown social-mental economic status and general social trust don’t have any effect on universalism explanations but have an indirect effect on universalism through deprivation sense and Social participation.
Keywords: Universalism, Particulation, deprivation sense, Social participation, Kohgiloieh and B oier Ahmad
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2014/05/7 | Accepted: 2014/09/14 | Published: 2014/11/21

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