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Soleiman Pakseresht,
Volume 1, Issue 2 (11-2012)


This paper deliberates on how the results from assessments of social impacts should be applied for analyzing studies. On the other words, The question is that how a researcher should comprehend different but related impacts in a systematic way. And which methodological paradigm should be chose on this systematic framework in designing social researches? Inspired by Pawson and tilly (1997), the article tries to add critical realism implications to the research design of social impact assessment studies. The critical realism paradigm by emphasizing on the organic links between different levels of reality and the way in which causal consequences appear, could be a useful theoretical and methodological framework for guiding social impact assessment studies.

Mahboubeh Soleimanpouromran Mahboubeh Soleimanpouromran, Hakime Arabi,
Volume 6, Issue 4 (5-2018)

The main objective of this study was to assess health literacy-promoting lifestyles of health and environmental behavior of employees is Payam Noor university. This study is practical and descriptive, correlational to collect information from both library and field is used to test the hypothesis population of employees Payam Noor university Bojnoord considered that the 100 is VAZ all numerical method is used. Research instruments were Packer et al (2001) with Cronbach's alpha coefficient /.89 And health promoting lifestyle Walker and colleagues (1987), with Cronbach's alpha coefficient/. 82. Environmental behavior Heidari (1394) with alpha /.87 All times Type face and content validity was approved by the professors was a experts. Results in two parts: descriptive statistics such as frequency tables, mean and standard deviation and inferential been set regression To test the hypotheses, Pearson correlation coefficient was used for the data analysis software.  SPSS version 20 Ast . The findings show that between literacy and health promoting lifestyles of health and environmental behavior there is a significant positive relation. Health literacy important role in health promotion staff apartments available to improve the health literacy of individuals can take steps to strengthen environmental health behaviors and behavior.

Meimanat Abedini Baltork, Mostafa Azizi Shomami, Sirus Mansoori,
Volume 8, Issue 2 (11-2019)

Textbooks content along with istruction prepare students to accept roles tailored to their gender characteristics. The purpose of this studu is Content analisis of Iranian primary school textbooks based on gender roles with an emphasis on occupations. The method used for the content analisis in present study is Shannon's entropy and the unit of analysis is text, questions, exercises and images that investigated in all of 3725 pages were reviewed. Statistical population was 9 textbooks subject matter  including Persian texts (reading), Persian texts (writing), Sciences, Heavenly gift, Quran texts, Mathematics, Social studies, Thinking and research, Occupations and technology. Also sample was eight textbooks subject matter  including Persian (read), Persian (writing), Science, Heavenly gift, Quran, Social Studies, Thinking and research and  Occupations and technology. The results showed that in elementary school textbooks reproduced out-of-home and income-based jobs for men and home-based job reproduced for women

Dr. Rouhollah Jalili, Dr. Mohammad Taghi Iman,
Volume 8, Issue 4 (4-2020)

This research has been done to investigate Shiraz university doctoral students’ perspectives on thesis writing. Required data has been gathered by using deep interviews with eight doctoral students. Based on an abductive research strategy and using interpretative phenomenology, the research findings show a Ph.D. thesis doesn’t have a place in the big picture of their life. Themes abstracted from participants’ interviews have a metaphorical sense. For them, the thesis was like an instrument for transition, so they didn’t have central consideration on the thesis process. They saw thesis conduction as a stage just for the pass, and so in this definition, they saw themselves as a transit passenger. A transit passenger doesn’t have enough time for settlement and follows a long-life aim in the future. We think this finding has more important implications for research policy-makers and the process needs a fundamental review. It means they must be reduced the speed of quantitative development of higher education courses and concentrate on constructing a clear vision for them.
Miss Farahnaz Ahang, Dr Abdol Majid Imani, Dr Noor Mohammad Yaghoubi,
Volume 9, Issue 2 (10-2020)

Given the importance of social participation and the use of community-based approach in the development of communities, the present study seeks to identify the key factors affecting social participation in community-based organizations of addiction prevention with a scriptwriting approach. Research is in an inductive deductive approach, both quantitatively and qualitatively, which is applied in terms of exploratory nature and purpose. The statistical population of both qualitative and quantitative stages were experts active in the field of community-based prevention of addiction, which was selected through snowball sampling. To collect data in the qualitative stage, library studies, valid research on the subject and interviews with research samples were used. In the quantitative stage, data were collected using two Mick Mac questionnaires and status analysis. In this study, to measure validity, while using face validity, triple interaction was used and the data were analyzed with the help of SPSS software, Mikmak and ScenarioWizard. According to the research findings, 9 factors were identified as key factors affecting social participation, 30 possible situations for 9 factors and two categories of promotional and preventive scenarios for social participation in community-based organizations of addiction prevention.

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