Volume 2, Issue 9 (1-2014)                   CPAP 2014, 2(9): 65-74 | Back to browse issues page


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Estaki Azad N, Amiri S, Latifi Z, Moghtadaie M. Effectiveness of Educational Program based on Always Method on Bullying Boys’ Social Pleasant Behaviors. CPAP. 2014; 2 (9) :65-74
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-647-en.html

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The puspose of this study was survey of effectiveness of educational program based on Always Method on second and fourth year bullying boy students’ social pleasant behaviors in Isfahan. This study was semi-empirical with pre- and post-test and follow-up with experimental and control groups. Statistical population was all of second and fourth year bullying boy students in Isfahan in 2009-2010 academic year. Sample was 40 second and fourth year bullying students whom were selected by multistage random method among Isfahan six educational areas and were categorized in two 20-person experimental and control groups. Measurement tools were sociometry and peers relation questionnaire with three sub-scales: bullying, victim, and social pleasant behavior. Ex-perimental group received ten sixty-minute sessions based on Always Method which was held twice per week. Data analysis was done by SPSS-15 software and multi-variable covariance analysis. Findings showed that educational program based on Always Method meaning-fully increases social pleasant behavior rate in second and fourth year bullying boy students in post-test and follow-up (P<0.0001). So, educa-tional program based on Always Method increases social pleasant beha-vior and most important function of this study is its effectiveness on in-crease of social pleasant behavior in schools and totally within society. This method can be offered to children’s experts for reduction of annoy-ing and destructive behaviors and improvement of social pleasant beha-vior level in peers’ relations.
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