عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Adjustment is a skill needed to be learned, and its quality like any other learning depends on one’s interest and effort for learning it. Family environment, university, and mass media play a critical role in providing the possibilityof learning adjustment to the environment. As such, the purpose of the present study was to investigate the relationship between religiosity and family capital (socio-cultural capital) with social adjustment. The data for this survey study were collected from 380 male and female students at Urmia University, Iran, and instruments for data gathering consisted of Glock and Stark's Religiosity Questionnaire, the California Personality Inventory (social adjustment part), and Family Capital Questionnaire. Data were analyzed using Cronbach's alpha, factor analysis with principal components, Pearson correlation, Stepwise Regression analysis and independent t-test. Results revealed that there was a positive significant correlation between all religiosity dimensions and social adjustment of students. While there was a significant relationship between religiosity components and family capital dimensions in some dimensions (emotional= 0.18), no significant relationship was found in other dimensions (consequential= 8%). In addition, the relationship between family capital and social adjustment was positive and significant. Stepwise regression analysis also indicated that and consequential components of religiosity and cultural capital of family capital could predict students’ social adjustment. T-test results showed no significant gender differences in this regard. Therefore, it can be concluded that religious beliefs and deeds as well as family capital can be effective in individuals’ social adjustment and improve their well-being and mental health.
Keywords: family capital, religiosity, social adjustment, university students