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of its variance. The correlation of all cognitive dimensions of social capital with physical health and burnout has been positive and significant. None of the forms of participation have any meaningful correlation with any of the dimensions of health (except for the positive and significant correlation between religious participation and supra program with decreasing burnout. The variables of the research were able to explain 22, 8, and 7 percent of the variance in the reduction of burnout, effective role of roles, and the sense of physical well-being. It can be said that the objective and subjective dimensions of health are not influenced by the same variables; also, the effect of the cognitive dimension of social capital on health, especially the mental dimension, has been greater than its structural dimension.
Keywords: Social Capital, Health, Teachers, Bushehr
Teachers Health Status and Its Relationship with Social Capital:
A Case Study of school Teachers in Bushehr(1393-94)
Arman Heidari , Maryam Mokhtari , Hamideh Dehghani
Received: 28/10/2015 Accepted: 12/12/2016
In the sociological approach, health includes both objective and subjective dimensions and emphasizes the role of social factors, in particular, social capital in maintaining and promoting health. The present paper, based on the more recent approaches, examines the relationship between the two cognitive and structural sources of social capital with the objective and subjective health of teachers. A quantitative Approach a survey method were used and a questionnaire was applied to collect data. The statistical population of the study includes the teachers working in the education system of Bushehr city in the academic year of 2012-2012. 380 of them were selected based on the sample size of the Lane sample. Multi-stage cluster sampling was used to reach the population sample. According to the results of this study, 78.42% of the respondents had at least one or more types of physical illnesses, the most common of which was muscle aches. The correlation of cognitive-dimensional variables (except trust to occupational acquaintances) with this dimension was negative and significant, and the variables of social support and life satisfaction have been able to explain 7%
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