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Charati E, Haghighatian M, Esmaili R. The sociological study of the relationship between success in entering the university and social and cultural capital of the family. Iranian Journal of Educational Sociology. 2017; 1 (4) :113-126
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1- Ph.D. Student in Cultural Sociology, Islamic Azad University of Dehaghan, Iran.
2- Associate Professor in Sociology, Islamic Azad University, Dehaghan Branch, Iran.
3- Assistant Professor in Sociology and Academic Member of Department of Cultural Management, Islamic Azad University, Isfahan Branch (Khorasgan), Iran.
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Purpose: One of the concerns of the majority of Iranian families is the acceptance of their children at the university entrance exam, and in this way each one will provide facilities to their children. Method: The amount of facilities available to children is influenced by the size of households' economic capital and therefore there is a significant difference between them in achieving success. But there are kinds of capital that can largely provide a relatively fair background for breakthroughs. Therefore, this article seeks to answer the question of how much students' success in getting to university is influenced by the social and cultural capital of their families? The research method is survey-based and 374 students who participated in the national entrance examination of 2017-18 compromised the sample size. First, using the U-Mann-Whitney test, it was shown that male and female students had a relatively similar background in cultural and social capital. Findings: The findings of this research show that family cultural capital, as Bourdieu stated, is effective on students' academic achievement, which at the level of sig= 0.01, the correlation was 0.24, although in relation to the effect of social capital on the dependent variable unlike Coleman's theory, especially in the two domains of intra-family relationships (sig = 0.45), and out-of-family relationships (sig =0.6), given the significant level of sig> 0.05, the hypotheses are not confirmed. Conclusion: social and cultural capital of parents influences the academic achievement of admission to university, but contrary to basic research. 
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Type of Study: Research Article | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/09/24 | Accepted: 2018/09/24 | Published: 2018/09/24

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