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, , Javad Aghamohammadi,
Volume 4, Issue 2 (11-2015)
Abstract

Cultural development is the development of both disability and development, so that other aspects of the development of the field has emerged and is leading the way toward growth and perfection. The Islamic religious community and the cultural values ​​of the teachings of the divine nature constitute, religion and culture are closely interwoven and religion, the heart and pulse of culture and Muslim religious communities. In other words, Islam as a comprehensive religion and culture unit in particular, to respond to all human needs and their claims of life for all human beings. The aim of this study claims that utilizes the spiritual atmosphere and an insight into Islamic religious texts such as the Nahj and using strategic criteria and cultural components proposed by the High Council of Cultural Revolution, the theoretical study and the development of goals and indicators cultural excellence in the light of the words of Imam Ali (as) there. In the field of library and documentation based on, and inspired by the sermons, letters and sayings of Imam Ali (PBUH) remaining index of morality, rationality, justice, identity, capital and social order, unity and solidarity. , intellectual independence and national cultural goods and services, physical and mental health, international relations, human dignity and freedom and family explained, and it was obvious, with the flow of religious teachings in the Muslim culture, Islamic community certainly true glory to establish and to higher stages of development will achieve spiritual and material dimensions.


Mahmoodreza Rahbargazi, Mr Saied Gashool, Mr Hossein Arabian, Mrs Soheyla Ashnayi,
Volume 4, Issue 4 (5-2016)
Abstract

This article by using the Almond and Verba the political culture, political culture as Ryshh¬Ha and principles of participatory political culture Tby- gives studied. The approach of this paper, sociological approach is thus rooted cultural and social-political culture degree discussed. In this context, the aim of this study was to investigate the influence of social capital on the political culture of citizens in the city Isfahan respectively. The research methodology used in collecting and analyzing data, survey respectively. This study was conducted on 359 residents of the city, for gathering information, using a questionnaire which its validity, the validity, and reliability, using Cronbachchr('39')s alpha Marh¬ and data SPSS22 were analyzed through software under Windows environment. Social capital is divided into three variables (cognitive social capital, social capital and social capital structure), with regard to the participatory political culture that Hmbstgy¬ They are observed significant cognitive social capital among respondents participatory political culture there. In this regard, the results show that social capital Shakhtar on participatory political culture influence and increase their participation in the political culture in throughput.


- Alaleh Ghaemi, - Maryam Larijani, Seyed Mohammad Shobeiri, - Mohammad Reza Sarmadi,
Volume 5, Issue 2 (11-2016)
Abstract

Studies have shown that most of the existing problems in the water sector are the outcomes of unsustainable methods of development caused by unawareness and lack of public training. Researchers have found that the social systems and mechanisms affecting water cycle are beyond the scope of water management and that the issue of water crisis must be addressed in the frame of social entities and systems, which are known as the water governance. The objective of this study is to identify the criteria and indicators of sustainable governance and to prepare an appropriate training program towards its realization. The tool for evaluation was a questionnaire and the research methodology was of descriptive survey. The validity of the indicators was established by taking into account the views and comments of relevant scholars and experts, and the reliability of the indicators was calculated as 0.869 using the Cronbach’s alpha formula. All criteria and indicators were graded in the fuzzy environment using the relevant software. The results show the criterion of public participation to be more sustainable than other governance criteria, while the indicators of training scored higher than others. Since the realization of sustainable governance becomes facilitated by increasing public awareness about the importance of environmental issues, the research proposes an appropriate training model to increase public participation.


Javad Alibeygi, Yarmohammad Ghasemi, Hossein Mahdizadeh,
Volume 5, Issue 4 (5-2017)
Abstract

In this paper, has tried by using a descriptive- survey method and with the aim of assessing quality of life in villages of zangvan rural district. This study is based on descriptive - analytical method & and on the basis of objective is of applied studies.The studychr('39')s sample consisted of all villages with more than twenty household and village rust of zangvan rural district that using formula Cochran, and with method of stratified sampling, 238 households were selected as examples to answer the questionnaire. Indicators and items of the study with regard to the questions, the research goals and similar studies that have been done in Iran in four dimensions: economic, social and environmental factors have been chosen. Analyzed data from questionnaires conducted by SPSS software using T-test and ANOVA. The results Show that based on the views of community sample, the quality of education, quality recreation, quality residential environment, quality infrastructure, quality of income and employment, environmental quality were evaluated below average. The verify quality of health and safety is average Also, in this study were observed a positive relationship between population and the quality of life in the villages.


, , ,
Volume 6, Issue 3 (2-2018)
Abstract

In todaychr('39')s world, sports in terms of championship and professionalism needs new ethics. Thus, in the present applied research, the development of ethical values ​​in the Iranian championship sports was designed and analyzed using the adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system (ANFIS). A sample of 150 elites and experts in the field of ethics and sports was chosen. For validity of the questionnaire, the formal and content validity method was applied and the reliability of the questionnaire was determined through Cronbachchr('39')s alpha. Given the qualitative status of ethical values, the application of the fuzzy method is closer to reality than other methods. In this way, the degree and quantitative amount of moral values ​​were calculated through the software MATLAB. The inputs of the model included discourse and consequentialist ethics. Given the high correlation between network inputs and outputs as well as the error rate, the ANFIS model is an optimal model for developing and predicting the virtue ethics values, with its best mode when the the consequentialist ethics values are low.
Mohammad Abbaszadeh, Sattar Dindoust,
Volume 7, Issue 3 (1-2019)
Abstract

Graphic vandalism is one of vandalism that used to refer to the Graffiti that streets and public places and general the urban furniture does ugly and leads to the destruction of public or private places. The aim of this study Evaluation of the factors in the creation of graphical vandalism With an emphasis on themes Graffiti and chairs writings and method in qualitative grounded theory approach was stressed. Participants in this study, were 22 students of Tabriz University (In the year of 1395). In this study, purposive sampling was used. The data Using methods interviewed by appointment and with an emphasis on the confidentiality of studentschr('39') personal information was collected. Central question of this study were: Have you ever locate Sndlynvysy or graffiti? What are the implications of your writings? What are the risk factors and consequences of vandalism graphics? What to do (strategies)? Results showed that personal factors (normal condensation, feelings of belonging, self discharge, Ahssas failure status) and structural factors (social learning, lack of public dialogue) the most important factors is committing vandalism graphics and a sense of disorientation was identified as the core.



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