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Seyedmehdi Etemadifard,
Volume 1, Issue 3 (2-2013)
Abstract

"Dispute" is the most basic forms of human communication that occurs under various circumstances. The main issue addressed in this paper is quality of disputes and their solutions that are mediated by generations. After reviewing the conceptual aspects, various theories have been proposed. Question model based on theoretical rudiments were designed. The main method to collect field data is in-depth interviews by various people living in Tehran that belongs to younger age (15 to 29 years), middle-aged (30 to 49 years) and elderly generations (50 years old and up) in two groups: men and women. More than forty-five interviews in this area have been collected and analyzed. Based on the information obtained, generational experiences have main role in formation of subjectivity, modes of dispute-confrontation and their strategies of solutions in various social positions. Younger generations because of their socialization and norms that gradually learning choose more faster and ejective strategies. While later generations with diverse experiences gained over the time lead to solving disputes by neglect, passivity or reform. Thus generation is a major mediator in Iranian social relations especially in dispute-confrontations.


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Volume 2, Issue 3 (2-2014)
Abstract

This paper has attempted to examine the difference between generations in term of family values in rural areas. In this study, the method of research is Analytical and comparative. The bulk of the data has collected based on field studies of the area. Statistical population of 1154 household sample survey with 219 households as of the Cochrane systematic random sampling method selected. Results show that there are significant differences between different generations within the family values. The differences in the dimensions of relationship between boy and girl, criterion of selecting spouse, features of a good man for marriage, living of two generations together and suitable age of girls to marry have been approved. But among local- spatial factors and rate of intergenerational differences in the term of family values in studied rural, no significant correlation has been observed.
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Volume 3, Issue 1 (8-2014)
Abstract

Different requirements in various ages from one hand and generational differences on the other hand, due to distinctive historical experiences, have caused groups to have different tendencies, necessities and different trends in lifestyle.  Therefore cultural policies for different groups are different and have been regards to these differences. This paper concerns on different lifestyles and the sense of necessity of different groups of ages among the 1st zone citizens. The question to this paper is: How is the 1st zone citizens’ lifestyle different according to different groups of ages? The results of this paper are derived from a survey with a probability sampling ad with the help of questionnaires in the named zone. Results show there are considerable differences based on groups of ages, including type of sports, the way of exercising, the amount of exercise, and the rate of using social and cultural programs, the desire of the content of the program, the desire to participation and the level of satisfaction of cultural and social programs.

 


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Volume 3, Issue 1 (8-2014)
Abstract

The aim of this study is to compare the intergenerational preferences in developed, developing and underdeveloped provinces of Iran. First, preferences into social, political, economic, cultural and environmental dimensions totally among generations are compared. Second, the system of preferences is compared in developed, developing and underdeveloped provinces. The method of the research is survey and its technique of data gathering is secondary analysis from 5th Wave data of World Values Survey (2005-2008). The findings show that the most gap among generations is seen in social preferences and the fewest gap among generations is seen in preferences environmental. The most gaps among generations is always seen into social, economic and cultural dimensions in developed provinces. In environmental preferences the fewest gap is seen among generations in developed, developing and underdeveloped provinces of Iran.
Dr. Hamed Shiri,
Volume 6, Issue 4 (5-2018)
Abstract

Globalization as a new source of historical change, has changed our social - cultural lifeworld in a manner distinct from previous forms. The paper based on Ingelehart periodic change theory and the theory of Bollas generation formation, has evaluated the difference in generational identity in the light of globalization experience and processes. Accordingly, the paper argues that the formation of generational mentality and experience in the era of globalization is distinct from traditional identification patterns and hence the construction of social identity and lifestyle of children more than their parents' generation is confronted by objects coming from globalization. Methodologically, this study has been conducted Using the survey method through questionnaires between the two generation groups  in the city of Sanandaj (Kurdistan, Iran). The research findings indicate that lifestyle  in children generation is affected by norms and global objects more than parents' generations. Globalization of lifestyle by factors such as "consumption norms", "spending the leisure", "family behaviors", " language belongings" and "values and beliefs" is observed among the generation of the children more than generation of parents. The results also indicate that adherence to the global lifestyle is observed among the high educated classes of society more than less educated classes. 
Ensieh Zavareh, Tagi Azad Armaki,
Volume 8, Issue 1 (8-2019)
Abstract

In this study, the researcher attempted to addresses the relationships within the family from the perspective of relationships between two generations: old women, and young women. What discourses are subject to these relationships and are these discourses close together or considered as obvious sign of the gap between the two generations? The method used by researcher was taking advantage of the qualitative approach, based on an analysis of the position as one of the way of Grounded Theory method and used narrative interviews. Purposefully sample was chosen to the number 20 cases of Tehran citizens . Findings of research showed that the relations among two generations of women in Iranian families is convergent. While there is difference between the traditionalism discourse of elders and forerunner young people. But all two come together in the discourse, which is modernism discourse. And while family has differences, is not in the way of generational threat and still family is an important issue and priority of generations.
  
Dr Bijan Khaje Noori, Mohammad Mohammadi,
Volume 8, Issue 2 (11-2019)
Abstract

The taste and fashion for Bourdieu is an obvious and simple thing in the nature of modern society, and can be understood by the social hierarchy of society. one of the most important factors in this research is that there are several factors in this research to be part of it in terms of globalization in the culture sphere. The aim of this study was to understand the relationship of cultural globalization and consumption tastes in the  thirty-year-old generation (the decades of 1350 to 1370 AD) in the city Shiraz. Data from the survey on 425 women and men gathered and analyzed have been exposed. The results show that cultural globalization has had a great influence on the consumption tastes of this generation; Among the variables of cultural globalization, individualism (32.6), ICT (6.5) and Reflexivity (2.8) significant relationship with the dependent variable respectively, Which together could explain about 42% of respondents' tastes; This number tells us that 42% of  respondents' tastes variations are affected by the variables of globalization.


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