Relationship between University Students’ Social Responsibility (USSR) and Mental Health (Case Study, the University of Guilan, Faculty of Humanities, Iran)

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  • Abbas Sadeghi
  • Farhad Asghari
  • Yekrang Safakar Mehdi
  • Atefeh Sadeghi

Abstract

The main aim of the present study is the survey of relationship between (USSR) with mental health in the University of Guilan. The research statistic society included all students of faculty of humanities of University of Guilan in the 2010-2011 academic years, using of method cluster sampling on the basis of Kerjeci and Morgan and taxonomy sampling.350 students were chosen and 350, teacher made questionnaires with 82% Chronbach Alpha in reliability and 3 Counseling and Psychology academic staffs' corrections for validity, were completed and returned. The research method was descriptive-analytical and data analysis used as percent, frequency and one way variance analysis (ANOVA). In conclusion, except hypothesis 5 (the efficacy of suitable competition on mental health) and second part of hypothesis 8 (help students in no scholastic affairs), the rest of hypothesises including the relationship between time management, constructive feedback, active listening, team activities, discussions, questioning and answering and help to students with mental health, H0 hypothesises were rejected and hypothesis research were approved. Also, there were no significant differences with assurance 95% between students' gender, age, the year of entrance to the university and academic mark average. Therefore, most of students believed that the (USSR) improve their mental health.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n7p504

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2014-04-30

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Sadeghi, A., Asghari, F., Mehdi, Y. S., & Sadeghi, A. (2014). Relationship between University Students’ Social Responsibility (USSR) and Mental Health (Case Study, the University of Guilan, Faculty of Humanities, Iran). Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 5(7), 504. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/mjss/article/view/2508

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