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A Correlation Assessment of Burnt Adjustment to Society | OMICS International | Abstract
ISSN: 2167-0846

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Research Article

A Correlation Assessment of Burnt Adjustment to Society

Sirajud Din1, Muhammad Bilal2, Arsalan Mussawar3, Mussawar Shah1,*, Asad Ullah1and Humera Jama1
1Department of Rural Sociology, The University of Agriculture, Peshawar, Pakistan
2Registrar Burn Unit Khyber Teaching Hospital, Pakistan
3Arsalan Mussawar, 1st Profession MBBS, Ayub Medical College Abootabad, Pakistan
Corresponding Author : Shah M
Department of Rural Sociology
The University of Agriculture
Peshawar, Pakistan
Tel: +92-91-9218438
E-mail: [email protected]
Received July 18, 2015; Accepted September 07, 2025; Published September 10, 2015
Citation:Din S, Bilal M, Mussawar A, Shah M, Ullah A, et al. (2015) A Correlation Assessment of Burnt Adjustment to Society. J Pain Relief 4:202. doi:10.4172/21670846.1000202
Copyright: ©2015 Din S, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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Abstract

Introduction: The present study was conducted on “correlating the burnt adjustment to the society”. The study aimed at finding the correlation amongst psycho-social rehabilitation of burnt people with their social adjustment, psychological adjustment, family and peer group relations and economic viability.

Methods: Pearson Correlation test was used to determine the relationship among the study variables. The study was limited to Burn Unit Khyber Teaching Hospital, Peshawar. A total of 186 respondents were randomly selected from the universe. Results: A highly significant and positive (r=0.520**) relation between social adjustment and relations with family and peer group, a positive significant (r=0.153*) relationship between psychosocial rehabilitation and psychological adjustment, positive and significant (r=0.179*) relationship between psychosocial rehabilitation and economic viability, were discovered. However, relationship of psycho social rehabilitation was negative but significant (r=-0.160) with family and peer group relations.

Conclusions: Readjustment of burnt back to the society as normal had confounded relationship to social and psychological bonds from the society. Family was the only institution, having tendency of taking the burnt as normal with peer groups. Burnt had a sympathetic considerations in the society, while not considering them as economic liability, due to prevalent cultural traits. These cultural traits were highly coherent on the basis of religion and local concept of brotherhood.

Further understanding the socio-psychological and economic agonies of burnt with specific considerations in job and provision of education for making them viable citizens were suggested recommendations in light of the study.

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