طراحی الگوی پیشگیری از خشونت در دانش آموزان دختر شهر رودسر : ساخت پرسشنامه و آزمون الگو

Designing a model for the prevention of violent behavior among female students in Roodsar city: Designing questionaire & testing model


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مجری و همکاران
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مجریان: علی رمضانخانی , فاطمه محمدخواه , فاطمه الحانی , یداله محرابی , ابو علی ودادهیر

کلمات کلیدی: طراحی الگو- پیشگیری از رفتار خشونت آمیز-رفتار خشونت آمیز- دانش آموزان دختر -ساخت-ابزار

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کد طرح 10599
عنوان فارسی طرح طراحی الگوی پیشگیری از خشونت در دانش آموزان دختر شهر رودسر : ساخت پرسشنامه و آزمون الگو
عنوان لاتین طرح Designing a model for the prevention of violent behavior among female students in Roodsar city: Designing questionaire & testing model
کلمات کلیدی طراحی الگو- پیشگیری از رفتار خشونت آمیز-رفتار خشونت آمیز- دانش آموزان دختر -ساخت-ابزار
نوع طرح کاربردی
نوع مطالعه مقطعی
مدت اجراء - روز 365
ضرورت انجام تحقیق یکی از موارد جدی تهدید کننده سلامت که در سال های اخیر با توجه به تغییرات سریع اجتماعی، از سوی سازمان های بهداشتی، مجریان قانون و سیاست گذاران اجتماعی به عنوان یکی از مهم ترین مشکلات موجود در جامعه مورد توجه قرار گرفته است شیوع رفتارهای پر خطر در میان اقشار مختلف است. برای مثال پیش بینی شده است که تا سال 2030 ، بیماری و مرگ ومیر ناشی از مصرف دخانیات به رقم 10 میلیون نفر در سال خواهد رسید. اگر پیامدهای جسمی، روانی و سایر رفتارهای پر خطر مانند سوء مصرف مواد، خشونت و ایدز را نیز به حساب آوریم آسیب های وارده چند برابر خواهد شد. [1] رفتارهای پرخطر به رفتارهایی اطلاق می شوند که سلامت و بهزیستی نوجوانان، جوانان و سایر افراد جامعه را در معرض خطر قرار می دهند . هر چند که هیچ یک از اقشار جامعه از عواقب ناگوار رفتارهای تهدید کننده سلامت در امان نیستند اما برخی از گروه های اجتماعی من جمله نوجوانان در معرض خطر بیشتری هستند بطوریکه بسیاری از قربانیان رفتار پرخطر در آینده نوجوانان امروزی خواهند بود. بسیاری از نوجوانان در مقابله با دشواری ها و بحران های دوره نوجوانی ، دست به رفتارهایی می زنند که سلامتی حال و آینده آنها را مورد تهدید قرار می دهد. رفتارهای پرخطر سنین جوانی و نوجوانی عمدتاً در شش دسته ی استعمال دخانیات، اعتیاد و سوءمصرف مواد، رفتارهای جنسی ناسالم ، کم تحرکی جسمی ، تغذیه ناسالم ، رفتارهای مرتبط با صدمات و خشونت قرار می گیرند. رفتارهای پرخطر شناخته شده در بین نوجوانان ایرانی خشونت، خودکشی، بی ملاحظگی در رانندگی، مصرف مواد و دخانیات، مصرف الکل و رفتارهای پرخطر جنسی ، رفتارهای تغذیه ای ناسالم ، عدم انجام فعالیت های بدنی و ورزشی می باشند. رفتارهای پرخطر در بسیاری از موارد با هم رخ می دهند و روی هم اثر تشدیدکننده یا تقویت کننده دارند [2.3]سیستم نظارت بر رفتار پرخطر جوانان( YRBSS) شش نوع رفتار پرخطر منجر به مرگ و ناتوانی دوران نوجوانی و جوانی را صدمات غیر عمدی و خشونت، رفتارهای جنسی منجر به بارداری ناخواسته و بیماریهای منتقله جنسی مانند HIV ،مصرف الکل و داروهای دیگر،مصرف تنباکو، رفتارهای تغذیه ای ناسالم و فعالیت فیزیکی ناکافی عنوان کرده است و اخیرا دو رفتار پرخطر آسم و چاقی را نیز اضافه نموده است[4] .
هدف کلی بخش اول مطالعه: پژوهش کیفی هدف اصلی : طراحی الگوی پیشگیری از رفتار خشونت آمیز نوجوانان بخش دوم مطالعه:طراحی و روانسنجی ابزار هدف کلی: طراحی ابزار عوامل پیشگیری کننده ی رفتار خشونت آمیز نوجوانان بر اساس مفاهیم و سازه های الگوی طراحی شده و روانسنجی آن بخش سوم مطالعه:پژوهش مقطعی هدف کلی: تعیین میزان پیشگیری کنندگی الگوی طراحی شده پیشگیری از خشونت نوجوانان
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علی رمضانخانیمجری اصلیاستاد راهنمای اولدکتری حرفه ایaramezankhani@sbmu.ac.ir
فاطمه محمدخواهمجری فوق لیسانسmohamadkhahfatemeh@yahoo.com
فاطمه الحانیمجریاستاد مشاور kowssar2002@yahoo.com
یداله محرابیمجریاستاد مشاوردکترای تخصصی پی اچ دیmehrabi@sbmu.ac.ir
ابو علی ودادهیرمجریاستاد مشاور vedadha@ut.ac.ir

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