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PREDICTING STUDENTS' DOMAIN SPECIFIC HOPE WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THEIR ATTACHMENT STYLES

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 Start Page 65 | End Page 73

Abstract

 The purpose of current study was to predict specific domains of hope based on ATTACHMENT STYLES. The research design was correlational. The population consisted of all newcomers to Bu-Ali University of Hamedan in 2011-12. From among them, 250 were selected by multistage random sampling. Then, they attended the research instruments namely, Hazan and Shaver Adult ATTACHMENT STYLES Questionnaire (1987) and Sympson Adult DOMAIN-SPECIFIC HOPE Scale (1999). The data was analyzed by structural equation modeling. Results showed that secure attachment style positively and significantly predicted each of five specific domains of hope (i.e. social relationship, academic, family life, occupation, and leisure time); but avoidant attachment style did not have any significant relationship with them. Furthermore, ambivalent attachment style could just predict family life of domain specific hope negatively and significantly. These results show that hope increase in individuals should be considered by their ATTACHMENT STYLES since it needs to be taken place within certain specific domains of hope in order to avoid any further problems and to facilitate the efficacy of hope-inducing properties.

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