عنوان مقاله [English]
The main purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between non-halal foods consumption with self-control, internal locus of control, moral intelligence and conscientiousness in the employees of organizations and companies in Ahwaz city in 2017. In this descriptive-correlational study, 950 employees of a number of large organizations and companies in Ahvaz were selected by simple random sampling. Out of distributed questionnaires, 647 questionnaires were returned to researchers. Five questionnaires regarding Self-Control, Internal-External Control, Moral Intelligence, NEO Personality Inventory and researcher-made Eating-Pattern Test were used as the means of data collection. The data were analyzed using Pearson’s correlation coefficient and multiple linear regressions analysis. The research results showed the relationship between non-halal food consumption and self-control, internal locus of contro , standing up for what is right , taking responsibility for personal choices , embracing responsibility for serving others, actively caring about others, ability to let go of others’ mistakes, conscientiousness and also, as a side-finding, a correlation between non-halal food consumption and edacity . Also, enter regression analysis shows that among dependent variables, conscientiousness, standing up for what is right, ability to let go of others’ mistakes and self-control are predicted by non-halal food consumption. According to the results of this study, it is likely that non-halal food consumption is accompanied by consequences of non-conscientiousness. Also non-halal food consumption has inverse relationship with internal locus of control.
قرآن کریم. ترجمه بهاءالدین خرمشاهی (1384)، قم: انتشارات صبح صادق.