This study aims to examine the relationship between the spirituality level of the Syrian refugees and their sociocultural adaptation and to determine which demographic characteristics these two variables differ according to. The relational survey model, which is one of the quantitative research methods, was used in the research. The Spirituality Scale developed by Şirin, the Sociocultural Adaptation Scale adapted to Arabic by Yalçın, and the demographic data form were used to collect the data. The population of the research was accepted as Syrian refugees over the age of 18, residing in Ankara, beneficiaries of the Turkish Red Crescent Community Center. Through the Turkish Red Crescent Ankara Community Center, data were collected from 212 Syrian refugees over the age of 18 residing in Ankara. The collected data were analyzed with the IBM SPSS Statistics 25 package program. As a result, it was determined that there is a positive and significant relationship between sociocultural adaptation and spirituality. It was found that there was a significant relationship between spirituality and sociocultural adaptation scores and gender, employment status, education level, and length of stay in Turkey, but there was no significant relationship between marital status and age. © 2024, Transnational Press London Ltd. All rights reserved.

DOI: 10.61707/jy3zdw70
ISSN: 2633352X