Comparison the identity styles, parental Perception practices and optimism in high school Students (second Period) with high and low social growth
Mansoureh Baloochan, Beheshteh Niosha
This study aimed to compare the styles, identity, perception of parental practices and optimism high school students (second period) and social development was carried up and down. The study population included all high school students in the academic year 2015-2016 was Tehran's second term. In this study, a random cluster sampling method - multistage were used. According to plans, sample size Causal-comparative of 100 patients (50 patients with high social development, and social development of 50 low), respectively. The instrument used in this study, standard questionnaires Ellis Witsman social development (2004);
Questionnaire identity style Berzonsky (ISI-6G) (2005), PSI Baumrind to parents' behavior scale (2002)
Optimism Questionnaire and Tschannen-Moran et al (2013), respectively. Data were analyzed using the software SPSS and also in the field by measuring the mean difference was analyzed. The analysis results showed that in the first hypothesis mean identity styles in students with high social development (4.55), most of the students with low social development (2.12), respectively. In the latter hypothesis, we mean the way the perception of parents of students with high social development (3.79) and social growth of students with low (2.27). In the third hypothesis optimism in students with social growth above average (4.13) than students with low social development (2.2), respectively. Therefore, we conclude significant differences in methods of identity, perception of parental practices and optimism there are in students with high and low social growth.