Examining the role of managers in controlling women's social harms

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Social harms are defined as a group of behavioral disturbances and abnormalities of the people of a society, either individually or collectively, which are rooted in the irregularities, malfunctions of social phenomena and their undesirable consequences. Social damage is a complication that has always threatened the existence of human society at different stages of history and has damaged social health and security, which is the basis of social prosperity and success. The purpose of this research was to investigate the role of managers in controlling women's social harms. This research was done by descriptive-survey method and by distributing questionnaire among 150 female students who had used hookah for at least 6 months. The obtained data were analyzed using spss software. The results of the research show that factors such as the performance of the municipality, the performance of the police force, the performance of the health center, and the performance of educational institutions can have a positive and significant effect on the management of social harms in hookah consuming women.

Journal of Human Resources and capital Studies, Volume:2 Issue: 4, 2023
76 to 87
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