Volume 1, Issue 16 (5-2006)                   CPAP 2006, 1(16): 17-26 | Back to browse issues page

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Najafi M, Ahadi H, Delavar A. The Relationship between Family Function and Religiosity with Identity Crisis. CPAP. 2006; 1 (16) :17-26
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-238-en.html
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The main purpose of this research was to investigate the relationship between family function and religiosity with identity crisis. The research sample is comprised of 312 high school boys and girls in the third grade chosen through cluster sampling. The tools employed in this research were as follows: Family Assessment Device, Mabad questionnaire and Personal Identity Test. The collected Data was analyzed using t-test (for comparison of the two sex groups) correlation, and step – by – step regression. Results revealed a significant inverse relationship between family function and religiosity, and identity crisis. Two constructs of family function (roles and problem solving) had significant inverse relationship with identity crisis. Results also indicated that between family function and religiosity, the latter explains most variations concerning identity crisis. Furthermore, among family function constructs Roles and Problem Solving, in response, explain most variations concerning identity crisis. It became obvious that there is a significant difference between the religiosity of the two sex groups, and that girls have a stronger religious belief than boys do. No significant difference is observed between boys and girls identity crises. Finally, the research confirmed the influence of family function and religiosity on identity crisis. This implies the importance of family and religion in identity formation of adolescents.
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