Social Factors - Cultural Tendency to Dispute Clan (The Case Payajik Tribal Population, the City of Ahar)

Document Type : Research Paper



The conflict between the groups that is fighting the conflict of values, issues of honor, resource scarcity, pressure groups, social nervousness occurs in tribal communities. The main objective of this study is that factors in nomadic societies tend to affect sectarian strife? The method used by the sample survey and the sample size is 270 determined randomly distributed. Analytical results show that between social cohesion (-0/41), the honor (0/55) inter groups and outsiders (0/55), scarcity of resources (-0/61), socialization (0/48), social exchange (-0/25) and weak external deterrence (-0/39) with significant tribal conflict tends to be variable relative deprivation and social control by clan conflict is not significant. Multiple correlation coefficient 0/671 and coefficient of determination equal to 0/421.