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Stressor and their relative variables in militants
Azadmarzabadi E. *
, esfandearazad@yahoo.com
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  Aims. Stress is a phenomenon that has different density and rate according to demographic and geographic situation and increases in hard labor condition or bad climate places. The aim of this study was to rank stressors and determine the relation between demographic variables and stressors in a group of militants.

  Methods. This descriptive correlation study performed in a group of militants in one of the regions of Iran. 766 militants were selected by clustered based on proportion method. Instruments were researcher-made and demographic questionnaires . Data was analyzed by SPSS 11 software and correlation test, variance analysis and Scheffe test .

  aphic variables with stressors. The highest rankings in stressors were temperature and lack of expert physicians and appropriate clinics. The relation of stress rate with age and level of education was not significant but the relation between psychological stresses rate and work experience was significant. 

Conclusion. Geographic and demographic variables affect the stress rate of militants. Regional or problems related to geographical and climatic conditions are the most important stressors in militants.
Keywords: Keywords: Stress, Militants, Stressors
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Type of Study: Orginal Research | Subject: military medcine
Received: 2008/10/15 | Published: 2010/01/15
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