The Sociological Research on Family Problems in Bojnourd

Document Type : Original Article


Department of Social Sciences, Payam Noor University


      One of the major issues in recent years those the most scholars and even the public's minds are preoccupied with is the issue of family problems and divorce. Now this phenomenon in the form of a social problem has created great difficulties for individuals and families facing in divorce. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the sociological family problems in Bojnourd.  The theoretical framework of this study due to previous research and studies in the field of FAST is a combination of sociological theory of the family and divorce. The survey method, meta-analysis, and the questionnaires were applied in this study. It has been shown that 27% of families face this phenomenon with the most severe deregulation. The research has proved that family is the cradle of love and sympathy between couples as well a mutual relation among them. The results showed that the factors affecting the severe deregulation of family problems are: disputes in belief, age, ethnicity and education of spouses. These factors have more influence on sympathy. Forced Marriage is one the basis for the increase in family problems too.


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