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Showing 5 results for Vandalism

Seyed Abdolhosein Nabavi, Saham Salemian, Bahar Habibian,
Volume 1, Issue 3 (2-2013)
Abstract

This paper studies the effecting factors of occurrence in Vandalistic behavior of male and female students of Koutabdollah district of Ahwaz. According to the considered theories, the relationship between gender, socioeconomic status, educational achievement, interpersonal variables (including feelings of relative deprivation, discrimination, self-esteem, continence), and social link (home, school& friends) with incident Vandalistic behaviors are investigated. 

Survey method is used and to select the statistical sample, classified random sampling method is applied and sample size of 385 students was selected using Cochran formula. Data collection tool in this study was questionnaire and the hypotheses are analyzed using Pearson's correlation test, T test and multi-factorial regression. Results illustrate that with the exception of gender, there is relationship between all mentioned variables with Vandalism. As the research model could specify 50 percent of the independent variables variance with dependent variables, we can claim that it has a noticeable predictive power.

 


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Volume 3, Issue 1 (8-2014)
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The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of family functioning on Vandalistic behavior among high school students in Javanrood city, Kermanshah province. Various perspectives about deviant behavior, vandalism and family functioning scales are reviewed and the MC Master Model is used to building the theoretical framework and hypotheses. Research method adopted is correlation analysis and survey. Participants are 357 high school students in Javanrood city. Data is analyzed by the SPSS software. The findings show that there is a statistical significant negative relationship between the three dimensions of family functioning (family roles, problem solving, and expressing emotional feelings) and the level of vandalistic behavior in high school students. According to multiple regression  analysis, problem solving with -0/737Beta, emotional express with -0/692 Beta, family roles with -0/069Beta are important predictors respectively. The most important predictor of vandalistic behavior was problem solving in family. 


Yazdan Karimi Monjarmoei, Mahnaz Farahmand,
Volume 5, Issue 2 (11-2016)
Abstract

Vandalism is one of deviations of the modern society caused by rapid social changes, the growth of anomie, growing desires of humans, and their frustration at failing to satisfy such desires. Sociologically, vandalism is defined as the malicious behavior involving deliberate destruction of, or damage to, public or private property. This survey aimed to study the social factors affecting vandalism. The statistical population consisted of youth aged 15-20 in Lordegan, Iran. A total of 360 were enrolled as the sample using the Morgan table. Multistage cluster sampling was employed. Data were collected using the (Javaher Chian, Master thesis in sociology, 2013) Standard Questionnaire. Data were then analyzed using the descriptive statistics, Pearson correlation, and multiple regression method. Findings showed that use of mass media, association with offenders, and alienation had a positive, significant relationship with the dependent variable. Social bond, however, had an inverse, significant relationship with the dependent variable. The results of multiple regression method showed that, in total, independent variables explained 21.6% of dependent variable variance.


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Volume 5, Issue 4 (5-2017)
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This study  aimed  at  investing types and degree of social deviation a many 12-18 years old students of Sari city in academic year 1394-95. the data for the study comes from 384 students, selected by the use of stratified sampling, factor analysis is utilized to classify around 50 Likert-type questions related to different areas of social deviation, to identify main types of deviations, t-tests& Anova are used to examine the existence of meaningful differences a many students subgroups .Finding  show that 5 types of deviations are experienced by the students, including drug addiction(5.5%),vandalism(8.3%)cultural deviations(9.6%)new-formed deviations(14.5%), and nature deviations(15.6%).


Mohammad Abbaszadeh, Sattar Dindoust,
Volume 7, Issue 3 (1-2019)
Abstract

Graphic vandalism is one of vandalism that used to refer to the Graffiti that streets and public places and general the urban furniture does ugly and leads to the destruction of public or private places. The aim of this study Evaluation of the factors in the creation of graphical vandalism With an emphasis on themes Graffiti and chairs writings and method in qualitative grounded theory approach was stressed. Participants in this study, were 22 students of Tabriz University (In the year of 1395). In this study, purposive sampling was used. The data Using methods interviewed by appointment and with an emphasis on the confidentiality of studentschr('39') personal information was collected. Central question of this study were: Have you ever locate Sndlynvysy or graffiti? What are the implications of your writings? What are the risk factors and consequences of vandalism graphics? What to do (strategies)? Results showed that personal factors (normal condensation, feelings of belonging, self discharge, Ahssas failure status) and structural factors (social learning, lack of public dialogue) the most important factors is committing vandalism graphics and a sense of disorientation was identified as the core.



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