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Pourdehghan P, Mansour M, Bagheri F. Rupture in intergenerational relationships and its effects on identity formation in children of Iranian family. علوم روانشناختی. 2016; 15 (58) :167-184
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One of the fields of developmental clinical psychology is understanding how culture impacts development, behavior, and disorder. Spreading of industrialization has changed traditional communities in the sociocultural context. Many of these changes are impressed by the differences of generations which substitute each other. Identity is related to sociocultural context. This study, which is intercultural, aims to trace sociocultural rupture in intergenerational relationships and to survey its role on identity formation. In this study, two qualitative methods have been compounded. Tracing of sociocultural rupture between subjects and their parents has been used for opening a way to survey identity. So, in the beginning, according to interviews by "grounded theory", We have provided issues related to sociocultural relationships. Then on this basis, by using the clinical method, identity components have been studied as a case study. 10  young girls and women have been selected in Tehran on the based of "theoretical sampling" method. Research tools were the interviews directory. Data analysis have been done with data coding and interpretation. The results of this study have drawn as the theoretical model and they have shown that more intensity of the sociocultural rupture between two generation, less probability of the identity achievement in children of family. 
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2019/07/16 | Accepted: 2019/07/16 | Published: 2019/07/16

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