Identifying family factors affecting the academic failure of adolescent female students (Qualitative Study)

Document Type : qualitative and quantitative studies

Authors

1 Department of counseling, Faculty of Education and Psychology, University of Mohaghegh Ardabili, Ardabil, Iran

2 Master student of school counseling, Mohaghegh Ardabili University, Ardabil, Iran

3 Mohaghegh Ardabili

10.22098/jpc.2022.1776

Abstract

This qualitative study was conducted to identify the family factors affecting the academic decline of adolescent female students and using interpretive phenomenology. Participants in this study were selected from the second year high school girls of nomadic education in Khuzestan province. Who were eligible to enter the study and had a drop in education. The sampling was goal-based with fifteen participants. Semi-structured interview was the method used in this study and the interview and data analysis process continued until the theoretical saturation point was reached. Data were identified and analyzed by Dickelmann method. The results of the analysis of the interviews led to the extraction of 13 concepts and five categories. The results of the analysis of the interviews led to the extraction of 13 concepts and five categories. Based on the results, intra-family factors, cultural-family factors, individual factors, environmental-family factors and educational-family factors were identified.

phenomenology, family, academic failure.

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