Study the relationship between Islamic lifestyle and psychological well-being with social health of Elementary school teachers

Sedigheh Torbat, Tahereh Shabani

Abstract


This study aims to investigate the relationship between Islamic lifestyle and psychological well-being and social health of elementary school teachers in Bandar Abbas. The statistical population consisted of elementary school teachers in Bandar Abbas, of which included 1,797 people (1421 female and 376 male). A sample of 316 people (250 female and 66 men) was selected using a stratified random sampling method via Cochran formula for this research. This study was conducted using descriptive method of correlation and to collect data, the questionnaires were Islamic lifestyle, Psychological Well-being Scales and Social Health was used. Pearson correlation test was used to analyze the data. Results showed that the correlation coefficient of Islamic lifestyle with psychological well-being was equal to (0.681) at alpha level (0.001), which is significantly less than (P> 0.01). Therefore, There is a positive and significant relationship between Islamic lifestyle and psychological well-being .The correlation coefficient of Islamic lifestyle with social health is equal to (0.365) at alpha level (0.001), which is significantly smaller than (P<0.01). There is a positive and significant relation between Islamic lifestyle and social health.

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