Document Type : Original Article

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Department of Psychology, Abarkouh Branch, Islamic Azad University, Abarkouh, Iran

10.22034/ijashss.2021.268820.1034

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This study investigated the relationship between emotional intelligence and social causes of job development in working children and normal children. The problem of solving child poverty and solving the problems of street children is an issue that will be resolved with the full cooperation of international governmental and non-governmental organizations and close and joint cooperation with child rights activists. To pay for their own education or that of their siblings, they are forced to do street and sometimes illegal work. The background of emotional intelligence can be traced to the idea and Kessler when explaining the non-cognitive aspects of general intelligence. In this study, a series of preliminary studies were conducted and after identifying the research variables, the research design was presented. To measure the variables, data were collected through a questionnaire. In this research, the method of sending a questionnaire to the sample members was used to collect information. The questionnaire consisted of 10 specialized questions. To measure the variables in this research, a five-point Likert scale questionnaire was set. In this regard, in order to convert qualitative information into quantitative information, each of the options was given numbers in order of one to five, and the scores of importance were multiplied by their frequency. 100 questionnaires were distributed to test the hypotheses.

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Investigating the Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Social Causes of Job Development in Working Children and Normal Children

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