The Attitude of Baloochs toward Social Justice in Comparison with other Tribes in Golestan Province

Document Type: Original Article

Abstract

The Balooch tribe constitutes about 4 percent of population in Golestan Province so they are often farmer and live in villages as a minority. The most important purpose in these researches to study the attitude of Balooch peoples toward having the social justice in comparison with other tribes and groups that constitute the population of Golestan Province that includes Turkmens, Sistani and Fars peoples. The research method is the field method and is based on survey attitude. The required information were gathered through the verified questionnaire that were answered by the peoples in the sample groups which consists of 400 peoples who were placed in this group using the cluster sampling method. The hypotheses had mainly the rating nature, regarding the measurement scale, and the Spearman’s rank correlation coefficient was used in testing the hypotheses as one of the inferential statistical techniques. The obtained results are as the following: (1) totally 71% of peoples in this group believe that there is a discrimination against them in having social justice in comparison to other tribes; (2) the amount of negative attitude of peoples in this group in social, developmental, cultural, hygienic, and educational aspects were 80%, 78%, 59%, 53% and 52% respectively.

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The Balooch tribe constitutes about 4 percent of population in Golestan Province so they are often farmer and live in villages as a minority. The most important purpose in these researches to study the attitude of Balooch peoples toward having the social justice in comparison with other tribes and groups that constitute the population of Golestan Province that includes Turkmens, Sistani and Fars peoples. The research method is the field method and is based on survey attitude. The required information were gathered through the verified questionnaire that were answered by the peoples in the sample groups which consists of 400 peoples who were placed in this group using the cluster sampling method. The hypotheses had mainly the rating nature, regarding the measurement scale, and the Spearman’s rank correlation coefficient was used in testing the hypotheses as one of the inferential statistical techniques. The obtained results are as the following: (1) totally 71% of peoples in this group believe that there is a discrimination against them in having social justice in comparison to other tribes; (2) the amount of negative attitude of peoples in this group in social, developmental, cultural, hygienic, and educational aspects were 80%, 78%, 59%, 53% and 52% respectively.