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Dr Marziyeh Shahryari, Dr Arman Hedari, Dr Abdolreza Navah,
Volume 8, Issue 4 (4-2020)

    Background and Objectives: Landslide, stagnation and personal recession. That is, the person does not teach and does not expand his competencies. Two concepts that are commonly used to describe the success or failure of faculty members during paths and professional development. The aim of this study was to compare the anecdotal model in three universities and between the two basic sciences and the humanities in the potential of feldspar job.
   Methods: This study was conducted in 1397 in Tehran, Ahvaz and Yasuj, with a sample of 518 successful faculty members (professional growth; recruited from an apprenticeship with an assistant
   Findings: According to Friedman's charts and scientific tests, sociopolitical insecurity, university-level insecurity, content-structural flattening, and academic resilience and infrastructure facilities in three universities and between the two basic sciences and human sciences, are factors influencing occupational plateauxis. is.

Arman Hedari, Hamid Sedaghat, Hamideh Dehghani, Ebrahim Fattahpoor,
Volume 10, Issue 3 (12-2021)

Since the advent, intensification, and expansion of modernity, the relationship between religion and religiosity and development has been one of the most enduring and intense cultural, scientific, policy-making, and day-to-day challenges. In Iran, with the occurrence of the two constitutional revolutions and the Islamic Revolution and the emergence of liberal and fundamentalist religious ideas and currents, this challenge has emerged and intensified. In Iran, the relationship between religion and modernity and related debates and challenges have been mostly analyzed and studied at the level of insight or at the level of micro survey. Therefore, the aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between the level of social-cultural development and the level of religious religiosity at the provincial level. The research method was a documentary method of secondary analysis. First, the level of social and cultural development of different provinces and the level of their religious religiosity are calculated; after the relationship between the two variables is investigated. Provincial clustering was done based on indicators of social and cultural development and religiosity using the K-means cluster method. According to the research results, at the individual level, with the exception of Khorasan Razavi and Kurdistan, respectively, all provinces that have a higher rank in terms of cultural and social development indicators have a lower rank in terms of ritual religiosity. Also at the cumulative level, provinces with low and medium levels of development have a higher degree of religiosity than developed provinces; But the difference between the religiosity of the less developed and the moderately developed provinces and the average developed is not statistically significant. 

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