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Mansour Saei, Ahmad Saei, Hayat Saei,
Volume 3, Issue 3 (2-2015)
Abstract

The main purpose of this study is to investigate the Factors influencing the social health of teachers (in primary, middle and high school) in Boukan city. According to "the Keyes model", we have measured the rate of social health of the 234 teachers in Boukan city. The results show that the mean of social health between teachers is 62.17 percent. The results also show that the social health among men is more than the social health among women. The results show that the mean of social health among those who have been homeowners is much more than those of tenants. The findings of the study show that with social class promotion, social health is severely diminished. Also, the results show that the more increasing the cultural capital, the better social health. The results indicate that increasing rate of religiosity the social health will also increase.


Dr Hail Heidarkhani, Dr Mansour Haghighatian, Dr Nowzar Ghanbari, ,
Volume 5, Issue 2 (11-2016)
Abstract

Social health is the most basic component of social welfare, more than medical interventions, linked to socio-economic factors and one of the central concepts of sustainable development. Health is an issue of its role in promoting human development index is undeniable.

Given the importance of the public health research using field survey and questionnaire techniques to answer the main question is whether the different dimensions of social protection and social health of women heads of households there? The study sample villages in Kermanshah are female-headed households, 300 of them as the sample is examined.
The results indicate that the emotional support (0/34), tool support (0/30), data protection (0/23), evaluative support (0/17) and income (0/27) with social health there is a significant positive relationship and direct women. But there was no significant correlation between age and health. Regression analysis shows that 20% of the variation in social health among female-headed households are dependent on the four dimensions of social protection.
 


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Volume 7, Issue 1 (8-2018)
Abstract

The research using multiple-group path and factor analysis investigates impact of social marginality on social health. The research uses survey methods collecting data through questionnaire. Research census is people between ages 18 and 29 in Kermanshah and Javanroud cities in Kermanshah province. With intersection of 3 variables including religion, sex and city, there were generated 8 subgroups. Using AMOS software, differences among these subgroups were analyzed. Total sample analyzing demonstrates that independent variables explain 50 percent of dependent variable. Also multiple group analysis shows that measurement and structural model of research are different among 8 subgroups. Sex, religion and city moderate the model and cause differences in latent variables, causal paths factor loadings among 8 subgroups.
 

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مجله علمی پژوهشی مطالعات توسعه اجتماعی فرهنگی Quarterly Journal of Socio - Cultural Development Studies
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