Nurses' Views on the Role of Virtual Social Networks in Marital Conflict
Ali Reza Sheikhi, Dadkhoda Soofi, Mahdieh Sari, Hamid Reza Sheikhi
Background and Purpose: Conflict in relationships occurs when one's behavior does not fit into the expectations of another person. One of the common problems in the family is marital conflict. Conflict in intimate relationships is a natural occurrence, and marriage is no exception, since repeated and different conflicts between couples provide countless backgrounds for conflict. Method: This is a descriptive-correlational study and the statistical population of the study includes all married nurses. For sampling, random sampling method and sample size were determined using Cochran's formula of 180 people. The criteria for entering the study include being married, having Internet technology, such as mobile phones, and more. There are also exclusion criteria such as being single, lack of Internet technology including mobile phones and nurses who are not willing to participate in the study. In this research, a demographic information questionnaire including personal information from Marital Conflict Questionnaire, social inclusion membership questionnaire and information gathering questionnaire were used to gather information. Results: According to social dimension results, there is a reverse and significant relationship with the reduction of cooperation, social dimension has a reverse and significant relationship with the reduction of sexual relations, the individual dimension has a reverse and significant relationship with the increase of individual relation with relatives, in relation to the reduction of family relationship with relatives Wife and friends, and reduction of communication in relation to the cultural-ethical dimension leads to a meaningful relationship. Conclusion: Due to the fact that social networks cause incorrect communication between couples and the family, it is therefore advisable to teach proper use of social networks to couples.