Volume 0, Number 6 (3-1993)                   IJN 1993, 0(6): 47-53 | Back to browse issues page


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A Ebrahimi, M Majd Teimoori, B Birashk, P Kama. A comparison between parents and adolescents' attitudes about the role of peers in decision making in Tehran.. IJN. 1993; 0 (6) :47-53
URL: http://ijn.iums.ac.ir/article-1-1117-en.html

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  This is a cross sectional study with aim of assessment and comparison between parents and female adolescents ' attitudes about the role of peers in decision making of adolescent in Tehran. In this study 160 mother, 160 father and 160 female adolescents participated. With random selection 160 female adolescent with 14-19 years old from North, South , East and West of Tehran were selected and their parents invited to participate in this study. Data collection tool was a questionnaire that prepared by the researcher. With presence of researcher in high schools distributing and collecting questionnaires was carried out. Results showed that age, level of education, job, number of children and geographical location of her parents' house had no effect on their attitudes. Also age, field of education, number of close friends, birth order, location of house, had no effect on adolescents’ attitude. There were some differences in comparison between attitudes of mothers and fathers with adolescents. According to findings attitudes of adolescents about the role of peers in decision making differed from their parents.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: nursing
Received: 2012/04/18

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