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Arab S, Ebrahimzadeh Pezeshki R, Morovati Sharifabadi A. Designing a Meta-Synthesis Model of Factors Affecting Divorce by Systematic Review of Previous Studies. irje 2015; 10 (4) :10-22
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  Background and Objectives : I In the classification proposed by Holmes and colleague, the stress of divorce has been identified as the greatest one among all types of stresses in the world. This global stress is on the rise in Iran so that Iran is the fourth country in this regard. The purpose of this study was to present a comprehensive and systematic model of the factors affecting divorce in the country.

 Methods: The method used in this study was qualitative and a type of meta-study known as meta-synthesis. The study population consisted of all relevant papers with research topics. In order to perform the research, after designing research questions, a systematic search was carried out based on relevant key words (divorce, spousal conflict, separation) from the databases Science Direct, IEEE, Emerald, ISC, IRANDOC, SID, Civilica, Scopus and also Google Scholar between 1365 to early 1392 .

  Results : By reviewing 61 articles out of 8477 primary ones, both foreign and domestic, researchers identified 15 dimensions and 64 components as the factors affecting divorce. Based on these factors, the final integrated model was presented and validated.

  Conclusion: The results of this study can be used as a basis for planning pre-marriage counseling programs by identifying factors affecting divorce on the basis of all available resources in the years 1365 to 1392.

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Received: 2015/03/16 | Accepted: 2015/03/16 | Published: 2015/03/16

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