Effect of Social Support and Religiosity on Students' Mental Health (A Case Study: Students of Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz)

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The study is to investigate the relationship between the social support and religiosity with mental health. It is a case study on students who are studying in Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz in academic year 2016 which according to statistics, they were 13314. The method is a survey one and a questionnaire was used to collect the data. To select the size of sample the Cochran formula was used, by which 373 people were selected through a stratified sampling. The theoretical framework was developed using scholars' views such as Durkheim, Sarafynv, Berkman and Sim. In this research the Goldberg's Mental Health Model GHQ-28 was used as a practical definition. The findings showed that religiosity in two dimensions of belief, ritual and social support in three dimensions of emotional, means and informational has a significant correlation with mental health dimensions. In turn, there will be  adverse effects  and a heavily  economic  burden imposed on government  if the foundations of  mental health are not strengthen and there may be a negative  social and mental  impact on prospective  human  resources

Strategic Studies On Youth and Sports, Volume:18 Issue: 46, 2020
265 to 288
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