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A social work study on relationship between timidity, shyness and loneliness

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Author(s): Aliasghar Rahimi Rezaee | Mohammad Reza Iravani | Zahra Mahmoudi Kataki | Zakaria Eskandari | Mohsen Dadashi | Ghasem Shahmoradi

Journal: Management Science Letters
ISSN 1923-9335

Volume: 3;
Issue: 7;
Start page: 2167;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: Timidity | Shyness | Loneliness

ABSTRACT
Loneliness is one of the primary issues, which harms social activities especially among young people who need to take part in work force, actively. This paper presents an empirical investigation on the effects of timidity and loneliness among female students who attend in one of Islamic Azad University, Shahreza unit. The proposed study selects 60 students out of 400 female students who were living university dormitory. The survey uses Pearson correlation ratio between timidity and loneliness and our survey indicates that the Pearson correlation ratio is equal to r=0.11 with P-value=0.33. Therefore, we can conclude that there is no meaningful relationship between timidity and loneliness when the level of significance is five percent.
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