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Bagheri N, Eshraghi Z. Comparison of identity style, attitude toward marriage, attitud toward divorce in girls of womans and girls of married womans. Pathology, counseling and family enrichment. 2019; 4 (2) :43-74
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1- Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Islamic Azad University, Roudehen Branch, Roudehen, Iran , Bagheri.nas@gmail.com
2- M.Sc of Psychology, Islamic Azad University, Roudehen Branch, Roudehen, Iran.
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The family is universal and the oldest social institution. Aim of this reserch has been comparision of identity styles, attitude ti ward marriage and attitude to ward divorce in divorced womenchr('39')s girls and married womenchr('39')s girls under the support of Imam Khomeini Relief Committee (RA). For this purpose, 180 female students (90girl students of divorced woman and 90 female students of married women) were chosen randomly in multistage; and their details were collected by implementing BerzonsKY identity stylechr('39')s questionnaires (ISIG6), and attitude to marriage of Brateen and Rosen (1998) and attitude to divorce of Kinniard and Gerrard (1986). Then (MANCOVA) method was used for data analysis. The findings showed that there is a significant difference at P<0/01 Level, between divorced womenchr('39')s girls and married womenchr('39')s girls, in terms of informational style and diffuse- avoidant style. In addition, between divorced womenchr('39')s girls and married womenchr('39')s girls, there is a significant difference at p<0/01 level in terms of positive attitude towards divorce, in view of pessimistic attitude and optimistic attitude towards marriage at p<0/01 level, and in terms of realilistic attitude at p<0/05 level. The results indicated that the divorced womenchr('39')s girls in comparison with married womenchr('39')s girls have higher average in diffuse-avoidant style and lower average in information identity style have had more pessimistic attitude and less optimistic and realilistic attitude towards marriage and positive attitude towards divorce.

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