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META-ANALYSIS OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES AND LIFESTYLE IN IRAN (RESEARCH PUBLISHED IN 2011-201)

Writers

NIAZI MOHSEN | HOSEYNIZADEH ARANI SEYYED SAIED | SAKHAIE AYOUB | YAGHOUBI FETEMEH | HOSEINI MASHAALLAH

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 Start Page 37 | End Page 76

Abstract

 One of the factors that plays a decisive role in the attitudes, choices, actions and LIFESTYLEs of the people of society is their religion and their religious identity, which in recent years has been formed the rich theoretical and empirical background of this relationship. Accordingly, the purpose of this study is to use the META-ANALYSIS method to analyze and combine the results of studies on the relationship between religiosity and LIFESTYLE. For this purpose, 14 research studies conducted between 2011 and 2016 about the relationship between religiosity and LIFESTYLE, published in academic journals, were selected for review. Selected research has been carried out in a survey method by using questionnaire in different statistical populations and based on reliable scales. In the first step, the evaluation of selected research, homogeneity assumptions and dissemination error were examined; accordingly, the findings indicated the heterogeneity of the effect sizes and the non-bias of the published studies. In the second stage, the coefficient of effect size and the moderating role of GENDER variable, community type and education level were evaluated using the second version of CMA software. The results showed that the effect size or the effect of religiosity on LIFESTYLE is equal to 0.314, which is moderately evaluated according to Cohen's interpretation system. Also, women's religiosity towards men, young people is more influential on their LIFESTYLE than adults and people with higher education and higher than those with lower or upper secondary education.

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