The phenomenon of Quido 19 (Corona) virus has affected the whole world and endangered social health. Meanwhile, smuggling of goods in any form and type can increase the amount of these damages. The subject of this article is the relationship between commodity trafficking and social health in post-corona using the Keynesian five-dimensional model.
To summarize the relationship between structural, behavioral and contextual factors of smuggling and its impact on social health based on the five dimensions of the Keynesian model in the post-corona.
This research is descriptive-exploratory in terms of purpose and survey in terms of method, which has been extracted using Delphi technique and with the expert opinion of 27 experts, indicators and components of the research. Based on this, the self-made questionnaire was adjusted, which was approved by five professors in terms of validity, and its reliability was calculated through Cronbach's formula and the coefficient was 0.87. Data were extracted from the researcher-made self-administered questionnaire through SPSS software and analyzed using regression coefficient.
The factor "grounds of smuggling" with a final coefficient of 0.795 and the "structural" factor with a coefficient of 0.794 have the greatest impact on social health, especially in the dimensions of "social acceptance" and "social prosperity", respectively, with a coefficient of The final will be 0.834 and 0.806. Therefore, in order to ensure social health in post-corona, it is necessary to be more sensitive to these factors and do careful planning.
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