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ERIC Number: ED463477
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002
Pages: 20
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Rural Social Setting: A Denominator in Functional Self-Concept, Family Concept, and Family Interaction.
Harun, Lily Mastura Haji
Rurality has often been equated as to being backwards and non-promising to provide for a bright future. This study aims to identify the levels of self-concept, family concept, and family interaction measures of subjects from the rural and urban social settings of a state in Malaysia. Six hundred and thirty-nine (or two hundred and thirteen families) Malay subjects were administered the Family Interaction-Humanistic Approach Questionnaire (FIHAQ). Each family unit consists of the father, mother, and an adolescent child of either gender. The results indicated that a significant number of subjects from the rural social setting dominate the functionality continuum as opposed to the subjects from the urban social setting who dominate the dysfunctionality continuum. (Contains 38 references.) (Author/JDM)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Malaysia