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Title

MODELING THE CAUSAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PARENTING STYLE AND COMMUNICATION PATTERN FAMILY, COMMITMENT SCHOOL AND SELF-ESTEEM ON POTENTIAL TO ADDICTION AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL GIRLS IN ABADAN

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Abstract

 This study aimed to investigate the causal relationships between family, school and SELF-ESTEEM on POTENTIAL TO ADDICTION among first grade high school female students In the academic year 93-1392. Research statistical population was consisted of female students in Abadan high schools which among them 518 persons were selected multi-stage cluster sampling method as a sample. The instruments consisted of 5 questionnaires POTENTIAL TO ADDICTION Zargar (2006), Perceived PARENTING STYLES ((EMBU-S Dirik, Yorulmaz & Karanci (2014), Patterns of family communication Fitzpatrich & Ritchie (1994), SELF-ESTEEM Rosenberg (1965) and COMMITMENT TO SCHOOL Mohammad khani (2007). SPSS and AMOS software were used for path analysis to assess the causal modeling. The results showed that there was a direct relationship between the components of the parenting style of warmth, overprotection and rejection with POTENTIAL TO ADDICTION. In addition, conversation of the family COMMUNICATION PATTERNS have direct and conformity have indirect relationship with POTENTIAL TO ADDICTION. As well, There was direct and indirect relationships between school's commitment with potential so as to addiction. According to the results, designed preventive interventions can prevent POTENTIAL TO ADDICTION to improve relations among family and adolescents and to strengthen the emotional bond between parents and adolescents and to create belonging and COMMITMENT TO SCHOOL in adolescents.

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