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Journal:   VILLAGE AND DEVELOPMENT   SPRING 2012 , Volume 15 , Number 1; Page(s) 153 To 176.
 
Paper: 

RURAL GIRLS’ PROBLEMS IN HAMEDAN PROVINCE

 
 
Author(s):  SADI HESHMATOLLAH, LATIFI SOMAYEH, VEDADI ELHAM
 
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Abstract: 
This study mainly aims at investigating the issues and problems of rural girls. Statistical society includes the rural girls living in Hamedan province in 2010; and among them, one hundred people are selected through sampling in a two-stage random method. This is a survey study that the validity of its tool was admitted by technical experts and its validity coefficient was also confirmed by Cronbach’s alpha (92.50). Study results indicate that the rural girls face five categories of problems (factors) and among these, the first priority goes to the cultural-social problems; also, 77.784 percent of the total variance is totally explained by these factors; in addition, the individual and social variables influence the rural girls’ problems. Finally, according to the study results, a number of recommendations in solving the rural girls’ problems are also presented.
 
Keyword(s): RURAL GIRLS, RURAL DEVELOPMENT, HAMEDAN (PROVINCE OF IRAN)
 
 
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APA: Copy

SADI, H., & LATIFI, S., & VEDADI, E. (2012). RURAL GIRLS’ PROBLEMS IN HAMEDAN PROVINCE. VILLAGE AND DEVELOPMENT, 15(1), 153-176. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=276953



Vancouver: Copy

SADI HESHMATOLLAH, LATIFI SOMAYEH, VEDADI ELHAM. RURAL GIRLS’ PROBLEMS IN HAMEDAN PROVINCE. VILLAGE AND DEVELOPMENT. 2012 [cited 2021December05];15(1):153-176. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=276953



IEEE: Copy

SADI, H., LATIFI, S., VEDADI, E., 2012. RURAL GIRLS’ PROBLEMS IN HAMEDAN PROVINCE. VILLAGE AND DEVELOPMENT, [online] 15(1), pp.153-176. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=276953.



 
 
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