Communicative Components of Satir Theory on High-Risk Behaviors in Girls

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تاریخ نمایه سازی: 28 آذر 1400

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The aim of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of teaching the communicative components of satirtheory on reducing high-risk behaviors of high school girls. The research method was quasi-experimental and apretest-post- test design with a control group was used. The statistical population of the study consisted of allfemale high school students in the academic year of ۱۹۹۸-۱۹۹۹. The sample consisted of ۳۰ students who wereselected by screening and available sampling method and after matching in two groups of ۱۵ experimental andcontrol. Satir's communicative approach was taught to the experimental group twice in ۷ sessions of ۷ minutes perweek in ۷ sessions, while the control group did not receive any training. The research instruments were twoIranian Adolescent Risk Questionnaires (IARS) and the Minnesota Multidimensional Questionnaire (MMPI)which were completed by students in both groups in the pre-test and post-test. Analysis of covariance was used toanalyze the results. The results showed that there was a significant difference between the mean scores ofpropensity for high-risk behaviors, propensity to use drugs and propensity for unsafe sexual behavior of studentsin the experimental group and the control group in the post-training phase (p≤۰.۰۱). Also, there is no significantdifference between the mean scores of tendency to violence, tendency to smoke, tendency to dangerous driving,tendency to drink alcohol and tendency to friendship with the opposite sex of students in the trained group andthe control group after training (p>۰.۰۱). Therefore, it can be concluded that the training of satir communicationskills in students of the trained group had a greater effect on reducing the tendency to high-risk behaviors, druguse and insecure sexual behavior than the control group and had an effect on reducing the tendency to violence andsmoking. It did not have a tendency to drive carelessly and dangerously, a tendency to drink alcohol and a tendencyto be friends with the opposite sex.

Authors

Elham Rezania

Department of Family Counseling, Islamic Azad University, Shabestar Branch, Iran

Parviz Karimi Sani

Assistant Professor of Family Counseling, Islamic Azad University, Shabestar Branch, Iran