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Socialworkmag 2018, 7(1): 22-28 Back to browse issues page
Studying the Relationship Between the Family's Emotional Climate and Attitude Toward Addiction Among Students
Maliheh Arshi , Maryam Latifian , Reyhaneh Asad , Fatemeh Sheikholmoloki
Department of social work, university of social welfare and rehabilitation sciences , maryamlatifian1993@gmail.com
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Introduction: Addiction is a habit or behavior that is often difficult to leave it. Young people are the main victims of drug abuse; at this age, they are ready to do anything to satisfy their curiosity or their feelings. Therefore, it should be noted that doing necessary interventions to create the right attitude in young people should be started in earlier ages and especially in their families. Accordingly, this study aimed to determine the relationship between the family's emotional climate and attitude toward addiction among students in Tehran universities.  
Methods: This study is an analytical-correlation study which studies the relationship between the family's emotional climate and attitude toward addiction. The study population consisted of students in universities which located in Tehran in 2016 (social welfare and rehabilitation sciences university and Shahid Beheshti University). Cluster sampling was used for selecting students. The sample involves 623 persons. To collect the data, Hill Bern family emotional climate questionnaire(1964) and Rafiee's attitude toward addiction questionnaire(2012) were used. Data analysis was done after collecting them by SPSS22 and the use of Pearson, Spearman and logistic regression analysis statistical tests.
Results: Results showed that there is a positive and meaningful relationship between the family's emotional climate and attitude toward addiction. Dimensions of family emotional climate predict 9.7% of the variance changes in the attitude toward addiction. Among the demographic variables, sex, residence situation and marital status had a significant relationship with attitude to addiction and the age, the number of children, employment had no significant relationship with attitude to addiction. 
Conclusions: The addiction imposes severe problems in the family and society. In order to reduce addiction, things must be done. It is recommended that comprehensive educational program about drug use and its consequences for different age groups and sectors to be developed especially for the youth and change and reform programs and practical way of looking at addiction prevention must be considered. 
Keywords: Family's Emotional Climate, Attitude Toward Addiction, Students
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/05/19 | Accepted: 2018/09/23
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