عنوان مقاله [English]
Purpose: This study aimed to identify predictor factors of couples’ divorce has taken place in the border areas. Based on the theoretical results from the theory and the empirical literature review, a conceptual framework has been set and the main hypotheses have been proposed.
Methods: To study the correlation method and mode of data collection, surveys and questionnaires about 400 people living in the border town of couples in Bane. Data obtained using Kendall correlation methods, multivariate regression analysis, path analysis were analyzed by SPSS software.
Finding: Despite the couple's understanding of the costs and negative consequences of divorce, in behavioral and emotional aspects of divorce, there is a modest trend to divorce. The findings show that variables of not meeting expectations, positive impression of the consequences of divorce, bystander intervention, different ideas of family disorganization, anisotropy couples, foreign media consumption, economic- social base, intellectual-emotional maturity have a positive effect on divorce tends and variables of religious adherence, objectives, domestic media consumption and the level of education has a lowering effect on divorce tendency. Generally, mentioned variables explain about 58 percent of the total in the couple tendency to divorce.
Conclusion: The most important factor in increasing the tendency to divorce was social stigma which is affected by value and environmental changes (Informal cross-border trade and economic growth, drastic changes in the economy, increasing the unusual volume of economic capital among the people of this region).