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Masomeh Bagheri, Ali Hossein Hosseinzadeh, Samira Heydari, Masoud Zalizadeh,
Volume 3, Issue 3 (2-2015)
This article aims to examine sociological life satisfaction of citizens above 18 years old and over in Ahvaz .Theoretical framework to explain about the problem and the related sociological perspectives and assumptions used were extracted .This research used a survey method to gather data. In this study, participants of this study were all citizen in Ahvaz, and 384 were set through Cochran's sample size formula. This study was conducted from 1391 to 1392. The results show that all independent variables have a significant relationship with the dependent variable. It also shows that social and economic backgrounds have a significant relationship and 30% of life satisfaction derives from the relations between the two backgrounds.
Mr Rahman Bagheri, Mr Hasan Chananinasab, Mr Mahriar Golzade, Mr Hossein Souri,
Volume 7, Issue 2 (11-2018)
Following the success of the microcredit system in some rural areas in the world, Micro-credit schemes of funds for rural women in Iran was formed, one of the most common loans of them is interest-free loan funds. Due to the problems in the mentioned funds, In recent years a new species from Iran have been formed in rural areas based on informal networks and links that are different from conventional models. The purpose of this study was to identify informal lending funds and understand their effectiveness in the empowerment rural women in a Kuhdasht city with the qualitative approach and using interview and participant observation. Through this study, three types of interest-free loan funds were informal loan fund belonging to students, family relationships, neighborhood-based funds, and funds around administrative and job relations. The results show that the loan funds informal and join them, can Lead to increase income and household savings and the share of women in the family, enhance decision-making power of women in the family and in the village, improve public opinion towards women, teamwork maintenance and continuing and to expand its lead in other issues. Hence, these funds are affected in the empowerment of rural women.
Mojtaba Bagheri, Bahram Ghadimi, Zahra Alipour Darvish, Mohammadali Aslankhani,
Volume 7, Issue 3 (2-2020)
The present article attends to detection of social factors influential in expansion of soccer in the Iranian society during the Second Pahlavi era. The aim has been proposing a model for the process of soccer expansion in the mentioned period, with a qualitative perspective. The research data have been collected through reference to books, documents, evidences and also interview with knowing people and witnesses to the occurrences and have been analyzed using Grand Theory. After performing three stages of open, axial and selective coding, on the all, from the 20 extracted sub-category, 5 main category, "westernization," "the expansion of group media," "power and ability of Great Britain" and also "opportunities" and "functions" that a phenomenon like soccer can bring for rulers have been proposed as the paradigm model. “Modernization” is the core item of the research which explains the other category. The findings show that the expansion of soccer in the studied period, more than being the product of the sport's features, is the logical result of the strategy of the contemporary government and its supporting powerful parties for modernizing and westernizing the Iranian society in the form of modernization.