عنوان مقاله [English]
The aim of this research was to design a model for the role of social networks functions (social mobility, social knowledge, social ties, social awareness, organizing social protests and social cohesion) on the youth social changes. This research is applied in terms of purpose and descriptive-survey in terms of method. The statistical population included students of Islamic Azad Universities in Fars province. In this research, a random cluster sampling method was used to select research sample. The required data collected through questionnaires from 704 students of Major Islamic Azad Universities in Fars Province. In this research, SPSS and LISREL softwares and hierarchical analysis techniques were used to analyze the data using correlation coefficients, t statistics, path coefficients, factor loading and fuzzy hierarchical analysis.The results showed that social networks causes of social mobility, social knowledge, social ties, social awareness, organizing of social protests and social cohesion and through ultimately creates social changes. So, all hypotheses of research were confirmed. Also, the model result test shows that the research model is a good fit.
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