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The Comparison of Relationship between Family Communication Patterns and Self Concept with Coping Styles in Male and Female Students
R Taheri, K Zandi ghashghaei, N Honarparvaran
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Background & Aim: Since people have different coping styles, the purpose of the present research was to compare the relationship between family communication patterns and self-concept with coping styles among male and female students of Eram Higher Education Institution in Shiraz. Methods: In the present correlation study conducted in 2011 at Eram Higher Education Institution in Shiraz, 229 participants (91 males &119 females) were selected by simple random sampling method. Data was collected by using the revised version of family communication patterns questionnaire (RFCP), Koerner & Fitz patrik (2002), Beck's Self-concept Test (CST) (1990) and Coping Inventory for Stressful Situations (CISS) Endler & Parker (1990). Data was analyzed using correlation matrix & independent t-test analysis. Results: According to the result, there was significant correlation between family communication patterns and self-concept with coping styles among male and female students. In the female group, task oriented coping and avoidance oriented coping with conversation orientation and emotion oriented coping with conforming orientation showed positive significant correlation. In male group avoidance orientation coping with conversation orientation and emotion oriented coping with conforming orientation showed positive significant correlation. Also, related to self concept variable, results showed female students task oriented coping and avoidance oriented coping had significant correlation with the self concept variable, but the male students avoidance oriented coping had significant correlation with the self concept variable(P<0/05). Also, the result showed significant difference between two male and female students, in emotion oriented coping, so the female group, emotion oriented coping with (51/48) was more than the orientation within the male group with (48/18), (p<0.05). Conclusion: Family communication patterns and the concept are effective on coping styles. Therefore, strategies to improve teaching and learning factors in the family, especially for young people is essential.
Keywords: Family Communication Pattern, Self-Concept, Coping Style
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2015/04/19 | Accepted: 2015/04/19 | Published: 2015/04/19
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Taheri R, Zandi ghashghaei K, Honarparvaran N. The Comparison of Relationship between Family Communication Patterns and Self Concept with Coping Styles in Male and Female Students. ارمغان دانش. 2012; 17 (4) :359-369
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