Paper Information

Journal:   JOURNAL OF HORMOZGAN CULTURAL RESEARCH REVIEW   SPRING-SUMMER 2017 , Volume 8 , Number 13 #F0064; Page(s) 76 To 92.
 
Paper: 

THE STATUS OF INSURANCE IN ATTRACTING SOCIAL TRUST IN BANDAR ABBAS

 
 
Author(s):  JAFARINEZHAD M., KHARAZMI M.
 
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Abstract: 

The concept of social trust develops in the process of social relationships between individuals and organizations together. It is the main and the most important pillar of social capital in the private and public spheres forming the capital. Its private aspect applies to the relationship of two individuals and its public aspect appears in trusting group, party or government or formal and non - formal organizations and social institutions. These organizations or social institutions can create relationships between individuals, and then increase social participation and finally create social trust. This article aims to examine the differences of the mean of respondents’ Social trust in both groups, receiving or not receiving a pension from Social Security disability insurance in Hormozgan province. The statistical population consisted of two groups of pensioners of the Social Security Disability Insurance in the province in years of 1391-1393 and on the one hand, non-pensioners of the Social Security Insurance in the province. Thirty people are selected randomly from each group as the sample. The research method is survey and data are collected using madsyj standard questionnaire of the social trust and for studying social relations between the two groups independent t-test is used and their correlation is measured by using the ETA test. The findings show that pensioners of the Social Security Disability Insurance benefit from social trust more highly than non- pensioners of the Social Security Disability Insurance. and the obtained results indicate the severity of the above relation (74.0) between two variables.

 
Keyword(s): SOCIAL TRUST, SOCIAL SECURITY, SOCIAL SECURITY INSURANCE, SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY INSURANCE
 
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