Sociological Explanation of Couples’ Common Life Relationships by Family Educative Patterns

Document Type: Original Article


1 Ph. D. in Sociology, Farashband Branch, Islamic Azad University, Farashband, Iran

2 Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Mazandaran University, Babolsar, Iran


The purpose of the present study is to explain sociologically the couples’ common life relationships by family educative patterns. Statistical population includes 10692 couples in Farashband City. The sample size of this research is estimated 370 people using SPSS Software. A multi-stage random sampling method used which was according to blocking map of Farashband city. A number of blocks were selected randomly and in the next stage a number of residential units were selected randomly too. The method of this study is survey and data is gathered through the questionnaire. Findings showed that there is a direct and significant relation between independent variables such as human patterns, couples’ religious impressionability of parents, educative style patterns of couples in childhood and media patterns and dependent variable of couples’ common life relationships. Multiple regression analysis also showed that the independent variables of the study explain 41.8 percent of the dependent variable variance of the couples' common life.


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