عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: on view of religion, situational effects of halal and haram foods on human body and
spirit are inevitable. Although these effect is not the whole cause of human and society bless and cruelty;
however, are main predisposing cause of human and society ascent and descent. According to this fact
that youth is a considerable section of Iran population and about 4 millions of young people are university
students that will become future expert and director and main motivational force of society; their attitude
could have significant role in development, evolution and social health. As we noted above and in order
to fundamental planning to increase student knowledge about halal and haram situational effects, their
attitudes is essential.
Aim: According to Imam Khomeini guidance that "University is the origin of all evolutions", it is necessary
to study university students as future expert of society. Thus, this research performed to study students'
attitude to halal and haram situational effects.
Methods: This study was a cross-sectional one and probability random sampling was used. Samples
were 156 students of IUMS that their attitude was studied with a questionnaire. Data was analyzed using
SPSS 18 and Chronbach coefficient was 0.76.
Results: In this survey, 76.6% of participants agreed that halal food had effect on individual and family
economic issues and on the other hand, 5.8% disagreed. In regard to halal food effect on individual
commitment about god obligations implementation, halal or haram food consumption of parents on
behavioral and moral aspects of child and effect of halal food consumption on prayer acceptance, 80.8%
, 82.7% and 63.3% agreed to these phrases respectively. Also, in regard to diet effect on mood and social
behavior, the effect of halal and haram food on truth acceptance and individual commitment about social
regulations and illegality of property obtained by usury, 82.1%, 68.5, 63.6% and 80.1% agreed respectively.
Conclusion: The results showed that the attitude of most of the student about situational effects of halal
and haram foods was close to the religion's view.