عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Attaining material and spiritual welfare has always been a human being dream with special shape in different eras of human life which creates its own special mechanism in the society. For this reason, many governmental plans and programs and also community planners' tendencies have been inclined toward approaches providing higher welfare for the citizens. Fulfilling this demand, in the present era, requires particular requirements due to specialization of most components of human being life in which equipping with knowledge and specialty constitutes the most paramount one. The most important institution responsible initial training of expert human resources in the society is Ministry of Education and upgrading the efficacy of this vital organization will be a step forward toward higher social welfare for the citizens providing that the related parameters can be identified. Social capital is one of the conceptual tools in sociology domain which in recent decades has acquired its real position as an effective component in various areas. This study was carried out in order to examine the impact of social capital over academic achievements of student studying in pre university course of studies in Uremia. The statistical sample of this study entailed 380 pre - university students and in addition to the main subject of study, namely potential relationship between social capital and student academic achievement, six other ancillary theories were investigated too. This study was conducted in progressive basis via performing interviews in the framework of the researcher - devised questionnaire followed by processing the resultant data by SPSS software package. The results indicated a positive but poor correlation between the social capital and achievement in students studying at pre - university course in Uremia. Also, according to the findings, the impact of students' family socio-economic status over their academic achievements was more significant and perceptible rather than impact of their social capital. The study revealed that there was no relationship between students general knowledge and information and student achievements but a relation was found between social communication levels and student self - confidence level and their academic achievements. A significant relation was also found between parents' educational level and occupation and children academic achievement.