عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Religiosity has put its impact on societies' development from early times and holds a significant place in people's lives. Today, this phenomenon is still showing its effective role in various aspects of our living, and this article intends to explore its degree by relying on the role of social and psychological causes, keeping in mind the socialization process.
The research statistical population is the total number of Tabriz University students in 92-93 academic year, from which 402 people were selected through random stratified sampling. Data analysis was done based on Pierson correlation coefficient, variance analysis test and T test and path analysis.
The results show a positive and meaningful relation between social and psychological capitals and socialization on the one hand, and religiosity on the other. In other words, with an increase in any one of those factors, we can heighten religiosity among students. Besides, there is a meaningful and positive relation between religiosity dimensions (experience, ritual and consequential) and social and psychological variable aspects. It is also shown that students' degree of religiosity is medium and above. The experience dimension holds the highest mean among religiosity dimensions. Also, according to the research results, religiosity is mostly affected by social capital variable. Next come socialization and psychological capitals in order of importance that have the most important role in explaining the dependent variable. The conclusion is that socialization's direct effect on dependent variable is 18%, but through social and psychological capitals its effect is 14%, and in total it is about 32% upon the degree of religiosity. The evidence also shows the 40% direct effect of social capital variable, and 0/09% effect of psychological capital on religiosity.