Volume 1, Issue 25 (11-2007)                   CPAP 2007, 1(25): 75-84 | Back to browse issues page


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Aliakbari Dehkordi M. A Comparative Study of Mate Selection Criteria of Ahwazi Young Girls. CPAP. 2007; 1 (25) :75-84
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-114-en.html

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Since mate selection criteria have important roles in marriage and having a family, the present research aims at answering two questions: 1- What criteria do the young girls in Ahwaz care about considering marriage? 2- Do the mate-selection criteria of Ahwaz young girl students differ considering age, native language, birth order, the family size, parental education, and the educational area? The research population consisted of last year girl students of Ahwaz high schools. 500 were selected randomly. The research instrument was Mate- Selection Criteria of Ahwazi Girl Scale which was made by factor analysis having a high validity and reliability. Also a demographic inventory was used. Both of which were completed by the research sample. The research findings concerning the first question showed that the young girls were familiar with right Mate- selection criteria and their importance. The sample cared about the following criteria: Matching criteria, family criterion, medical criterion, the new family indecency, moral and religions characteristics. Considering the second question, it was found that as to the mate-selection criteria of young girls, there was no significant relationship regarding age, native language, birth order, the family size and parental education. Just there were significant relationships among the mate-selection criteria of girls in four educational areas.
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