Comparison of the trend of superstition in educated academics and commons Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad

Khosro Ramezani, Mohammad Ramezani, Zahraa Ramezani


This article is designed to compare the trend of superstition in educated academics and commons Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad. Superstitions are part of the legacy of the past in people's minds and that its effects are visible in people's beliefs. University education is highly effective in reducing the amount of superstition. The aim of this study is to evaluate superstition and its subscales between commons and educated at the university. This study was descriptive, comparative been conducted in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad. Instrument 81 is a self-made material. 0.932 reliability obtained by Cronbach. Participants included 500 people (N =159), undergraduate students (N= 189) and graduate students (N = 152) who were selected randomly. The results showed that more than educated public university (P = 0.0001) to believe in superstitions. Also, married people more than single (P = 0.0001) believed in superstitions. People who are older than those who are younger (P = 0.0001), believing in superstitions. Women more than men in the general population of this group (P = 0.008) to believe in superstitions. But the superstition of college-educated men and women was not different. As a result, university education is to reduce superstition in people manager. To reduce or eliminate superstitious beliefs, studying higher education courses is a good way.


Student, beliefs, superstitions, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad.

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