The effect of life skills training on the Kerman city border women social health | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


The effect of life skills training on the Kerman city border women social health

Author(s):Salehyan Maryam, Bahramnejad Ali and Nouzar Nakhaee

This research is performed by the purpose of life skill training effect on the social life of women in the Kerman city border. The experimental study is done by the use of pretesting plan and aft testing in the control group and 40 of women are chosen in the control group randomly. To gather data, the social health standard questionnaire is used with the stability of 0.78 and the validity of 0.89. The gathered information is analyzed by the use of SPSS20 software through analyzing two GIM variation and T independent and dependent tests, the result of research showed that the life skills trainings has meaningful effect on the life of Kerman city border women and also the life skill trainings has meaningful effect on the social solidarity and social adaptation of Kerman city women, it is advised that the life skill trainings in organizations and institutions is hold in order to take required skills to make save social relation between women.

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