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Dr. Mohammad Taghi Abbasi Shavazi, Mr. Farshad Karami,
Volume 4, Issue 1 (8-2015)

In contemporary sociological debates, the concept of social capital is as a rich theoretical concept with e dense research findings and Because of its association with different dimensions of development in the society, social and political policymakers have focused on investigation of its role on development. With this regard, the aim of the survey is to study the association between participation in religious communities and social capital among residents in Shiraz city. Using multi-stage cluster sampling method 410 participants (196 male, 214 female) randomly selected and answered to the questionnaire. The results show between participation in religious communities and the different dimensions of social capital such as social cohesion, inter-group trust and institutional trust there is a significant positive correlation, except social participation findings also show that correlation with institutional trust is stronger than other dimensions. This means that with increased participation in religious communities, participant's social capital increases. The investigators suggest future research to analyze the content of the messages in religious communities can also affect different dimension of social capital.

Dr. Mohammad Taghi Abbasi Shavazi, Miss Maryam Hashempour-Sadeghian,
Volume 8, Issue 4 (4-2020)

Core discussion network (CDN) is one of the most important elements of any society which has experienced important developments and changes. This study aimed to describe and analysis younger adult and older adult’s CDN, and investigating changes in their CDN. This study was conducted by survey method and the study sample was 600 young people aged 15-29 and adults aged 40-65 in Shiraz who were selected using multi-stage random sampling method. Core discussion network was completed using a social network assessment questionnaire between two generations, younger adults and older adults. The important descriptive results of this study show that the size of CDN, network density, frequency of interactions and closeness of the older adult’s network are greater than younger adults. In contrast, ethnic heterogeneity and social support received from network are also greater for young people. The inferential results show that although the test of the difference between structural, interactive and functional dimensions of the younger adults and older adult’s CDN is not significant, but the differences of some of the indexes of each of them are significant. In general, it seems that the CDN of people in Shiraz is changing towards network individualism.

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