:: Volume 1, Issue 5 (9-2017) ::
Iranian Journal of Educational Sociology 2017, 1(5): 138-151 Back to browse issues page
Analysis of the Relationship between Emotional Intelligence by Preventing Student's delinquency (Case study: Primary Schools in District 5 of Tehran)
Mohammad Sadeq Chavoshi1, Hadi Karamati Moez2
1- University lecturer and Ph.D. student of criminal law and criminology, Edalat University, Tehran, Iran.
2- University lecturer and researcher, Ph.D. in Criminal Law and Criminology, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
Abstract:   (898 Views)
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to analysis the relationship between emotional intelligence by preventing delinquency on primary school students in district 5 of Tehran and also it was the reason for addressing preventive methods in the field of student's criminal law. Methodology: Failure of criminal justice system responses, and increasing statistics and increasing crime rates of crime among students; This quantitative and field research has been randomly from 50 primary schools students in district 5 of Tehran in which the Brad berry-Greaves' Emotional Intelligence Test was used to collect information and two methods of T-test and correlation were used to analyze the findings of the research; Coefficient of correlation (0/75) and significant level (Sig: /000) indicate a significant relationship between the two variables at the level of 0/01 and 0/05. Findings: Based on the findings, emotional intelligence has a significant effect on learning and its lasting effects on academic and job success, and students with less emotional intelligence were more likely to school dropout, escape from school, have more adaptive and behavioral problems and were aggressive. Discussion: Therefore, it is concluded that there is a significant relationship between emotional intelligence and prevention of students' delinquency and emotional intelligence will have a positive effect on the future educational achievement of children.
Keywords: Emotional Intelligence, Student, Prevention, Academic Success, Delinquency.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/09/9 | Accepted: 2018/09/9 | Published: 2018/09/9

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