عنوان مقاله [English]
The Relationship between Communication Patterns and Marital Trust: Cyberspace Users of Langaroud City
Faezeh Piazchian Langroudi , Hamideh Addelyan Rasi
Accepted:19/4/2018 Received: 9/12/2018
The aim of the present study was to investigate the relationship between communication patterns and marital trust among married users in cyberspace from Langroud city in order to create social and welfare policies in family discourse and to develop programs focusing on the role of social workers in educating couples and families before and after marriage. The theoretical framework of this research is the system theory, communication theory, Bowlby's attachment theory and Giddens’s trust theory. The research method was a survey and the data were collected through a multi-stage cluster sampling method using the Rample and Holmes Trust (TS) and the Christensen and Salavi (CPQ) questionniares, as well as demographic questionnaires. The sample size includes 382 cyberspace users in Langroud. For analyzing the inferential data, chi-square correlation, v-Cramerz and gamma correlation tests were used in SPSS version 23 software. The novelty of this study was to emphasize preventive policies based on the promotion of positive male and female communication patterns in order to reduce the social harm of cybernetics by educating married peoples on appropriate communication patterns. The findings showed that there is a significant relationship between the subscales of communication patterns and the subscales of marital trust as well as the total amount of marital trust. In addition, the results of this study showed that the use of cyberspace indirectly and through communication patterns that couples choose in their married life are associated with marital trust and in fact, the reduction or increase of trust among married users of cyberspace is due to the consequences of the type of communication patterns the couple select. In conclusion, the study recommended a focus on prevention policies related to improving positive marietal communication patterns through education programs to reduce social problems in cyberspace.
Keywords: Marital Trust, Cyberspace, Communication Patterns
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