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Yarmohammad Ghasemi, Behrooz Sepidnameh, Eshagh Gheisarian,
Volume 3, Issue 3 (2-2015)
Abstract

The youth as the most important human capital, play a crucial role in development of every societies, and the social capital is considered as the most important issue in enhancing the youth's efficiency and improvement of their role in the enhancement of the community. The reduction in the social capital of the youth results in fading their role in the development of the society. Therefore, awareness about the amount of social capital of the youth could help the social programmers in reducing the drawbacks. The current paper aims to answer to this question focusing on the amount of social capital of the youth in Ilam province. The theoretical base of the paper includes the theories that express the social capital in 3 aspects of bonding, bridging and linking. The type of investigation method is functional description and the statistical data were collected by sampling from the statistical population of the youth of province via application of the volume proportional classified sampling. The findings of the research show that the average social capital of the youth in Ilam province is on the medium level. The averages of the social capital show no difference between the two genders. The maximum level of social capital was associated to political contribution and social Mediation, and the minimum was related to the amount of mass media application, :::::::union::::::: participation, and civil Intervention. The ranking of triple types of social capital according to the average obtained scores are: linking capital, bounding and bridging. The averages of each type of social capitals is on medium level. A significant difference was observed between the social capital of men and women, although the level of significance was indicative of a difference between the amount of social capital among men (2.88) and women (2.80) and the difference of the average was 0.85 for men, but this average difference is not too large. In other words, the difference between social capital of men and women is not considerable. The other hypothesis of the research focusing on the existence of a relationship between: habitat (city-village), marriage status, the level of education, employment condition, living of the parents, previous habitat and the history of residence in the neighborhood and the social capital were not confirmed.


Yarmohammad Ghasemi, Behrooz Sepidnameh, Nahid Azarang,
Volume 9, Issue 1 (7-2020)
Abstract

The present study examines the dynamics of survival and expression values ​​among employees of Ilam city departments.  The statistical population of this study is employees who have been employed in Ilam city offices in the year (1357-1397).  Sample sampling method was used according to population size. The sample size was estimated to be 384 people through Cochranchr('39')s formula. The data collection method is a questionnaire that was prepared based on Inglehartchr('39')s standard questionnaire with regard to its ecology. The results of the study showed that gender and employment status had an effect on the tendency to survival values ​​among employees, and men were more likely than women to tend to survival values, and the employment status of others was more effective in survival value orientation.
The findings also showed that gender, employment status, education level and age of employees did not affect the tendency to express values ​​and only the view of employees of dual generations and work experience in the tendency to expressive values ​​and this basis the second generation is more inclined to There are expressive values, and employees with more work experience are more likely to show expressive values.
 
Dr. Yarmohammad Ghasemi, Dr. Behrooz Sepidnameh, Mrs Fatemeh Parvizi,
Volume 10, Issue 3 (12-2021)
Abstract

Divorce is the annulment of a marriage contract between man and woman, which has many consequences. Divorce has different meanings for men and women. This study aims to study the life experience of women from the phenomenon of divorce. Due to the constructural nature of the phenomenon under study, the paradigm of qualitative research and considering that the knowledge of women's life experience is intended, the research method is phenomenological. The target population includes all divorced women in Darahahr city of Ilam province. The number of participants according to the principle of theoretical saturation is 20 people. The data collection tool is a semi-structured interview. The findings confirm that the negative dimension of divorce for women includes emotional distress, crisis of independence, social exclusion and restrictions on remarriage. The dimension of divorce includes social support and social acceptance and sustainability and longevity. The semantic meaning of divorce includes two conflicting categories, one is divorce as freedom and the other is divorce as re-entanglement. Before marriage, women considered the man as a reliable partner, but after divorce, the man was considered as an unreliable partner. The result indicates that intense social stigma and stigma have led to the social exclusion of divorced and distressed women.


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مجله علمی پژوهشی مطالعات توسعه اجتماعی فرهنگی Quarterly Journal of Socio - Cultural Development Studies
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