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Citation

Tayebi N, Khooshab E, Ghodrati F, Akbarzadeh M. J. Family Med. Prim. Care 2019; 8(9): 2893-2897.

Affiliation

Department of Midwifery, Maternal -Fetal Medicine Research Center, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran.

Copyright

(Copyright © 2019, Medknow Publications)

DOI

10.4103/jfmpc.jfmpc_387_19

PMID

31681662

PMCID

PMC6820374

Abstract

BACKGROUND: Religion is considered as one of the factors influencing one's behavior and cognition and plays an important role in shaping the individual's lifestyle. People with religious beliefs, due to less stress, may have less conflict with others.

OBJECTIVE: Comparison of adolescents with high and low religious attitudes in terms of conflict with mother.

METHODOLOGY: This is a cross-sectional, analytic, epidemiological study on girls aged between 15 to 18 years in middle and high schools of Shiraz. The sample size, with a percentage of conflict in a sample of 86 pilots, was 509. Data collection tools included a demographic questionnaire, conflict tactics scale parents (CTSP), and religious attitude questionnaire.

RESULTS: There was no significant relationship between religious attitude and individuals' reasoning tactics (P = 0.072), and physical aggression tactics (P = 0.83) of the girls with mother conflict resolution. However, there was a significant relationship between religious attitude and verbal aggression tactics (P = 0.83) of adolescents and mothers (P = 0.04(. There was a significant difference between religious attitudes and total the girls with mother conflict resolution scale (P = 0.003). Relationship between religious attitude and individuals' reasoning tactics in conflict resolution (P = 0.072) and physical aggression tactics (P = 0.83) of self and mother was not seen significant relationship.

CONCLUSION: The majority of girls (91.2%) had a moderate religious attitude (48.4%) at low levels of conflict. There was a significant relationship between religious attitude and the total score of There was no significant relationship between religious attitude and individuals' reasoning tactics (P = 0.072) and physical aggression tactics (P = 0.83) of the girls with mother conflict resolution conflict.

Copyright: © 2019 Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care.


Language: en

Keywords

Adolescent; attitude; conflict; religious

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