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Gholam Reza Jamshidiha, Hosein Kord, Mehdi Mohammadi,
Volume 1, Issue 2 (11-2012)

This paper studies the relationship between the aspects of quality of student’s lives and efficient attitude to political system and analyzes influential factors. The society of the research includes all students in three public universities in Mazandaran province and the sample size is 445 students who were selected through stratified random sampling. Research findings show that the vast extent of the two concepts: quality of students lives and efficient attitude to political system did not allow researchers to accept or reject a hypothesis, or to come a consensus. Therefore, it is not possible to consider a simple and one way relationship between the stated variables. Attaining to a real and precise relationship, all indicators and dimensions of the subject should be taken into account. The coefficient of relation between the quality of student’s lives and efficient attitude to political system is positive which approves the study hypothesis. However, this relationship could not be found in sub-dimensions of the variables being studied. The relationship between physical quality of life on two extremes, very high and low, and student’s attitude to an efficient political system was negative.

Hamid Rahimi, Asieh Mohammadian,
Volume 4, Issue 1 (8-2015)

The purpose of this research was to analyzesimple and multiple relationships between social capital and moral intelligence with the responsibility in students at University of Kashan. Research type was descriptive correlative. The statistical population consisted of 7132 students in Universities of Kashan in an academic year 2014-2015.Cocran Formula from the 2700 was used to choose 258 students through the stratified randomized sampling.The instrument used forgathering information were a moral intelligence questionnaire with 40 items in 3 component (honest, forgiveness & compassion), social capital questionnaire with 24 items in 4 components (social partnership, social integration, social belongings& social trust) and a responsibility questionnaire with 42 items in 5 components (self-management, trusteeship, dutiful, organizing & progressivism) based on 5 likert scales. The validity of Questionnaires was confirmed by experts. Through Cronbach alpha coefficient, reliability coefficients were obtained equal to 0.83 for moral intelligence, 0.87 for social capital and 0.91 for responsibility. Data analyses were used in level inferential statistics (correlation, t-test, regression) through SPSS and Amos software’s. Finding showed mean of moral intelligence, social capital and responsibility components are bigger than average (3). There are positive and significant relationship between all of components moral intelligence and social capital with responsibility.

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

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.

Jahangir Jhangiri, Nasrin Mohammadi,
Volume 5, Issue 2 (11-2016)

This study was conducted to evaluate the factors related to social courage. In the current study Durkheim’s and Latane and Darley's theory had been used as the theoretical framework. The method used in this research was of a survey  and questionnairs as a tool for data collection among a sample of 400 people of university students that choosed by stratified sampling method. The results showed that the social courage of % 40.2 of student was moderate to low,% 27 moderate to high, %17.8 low and only %12.5  had high social courage. Also, the results of regression analysis using stepwise method showed that the Political alienation, Religious – political voluntary groups, internal mass media and voluntary groups explain %18 of social courage changes.

Dr Bijan Khaje Noori, Mohammad Mohammadi,
Volume 8, Issue 2 (11-2019)

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.

Rostamali Pakdamankoleti, Mahmoud Mohammadi, ,
Volume 8, Issue 2 (11-2019)

Urban development plans are provided with a surface attitude to the economic, social, and physical dimensions of cities in Iran.. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the ecology of urban development projects in Iran. This is a case study of urban constructs with a social approach and phenomenology. The research questions are follows as: 1. What are the implications of the existing rationality for urban development projects and people living in Iranian cities? 2. What are the proper methods for preparing for implementation of urban development projects in Iran, considering the philosophical basis of thinking in Iranian society? The hypothesis is not focused on the nature of towns and cities, the plans to guide them, or not. The research method is descriptive-analytic and the information gathering is done by documentary and field questionnaire in the sample of Likert spectrum. Which is analyzed using software (SPSS). The results of the research show that the system of rationality governing the preparation for implementation of urban development plans is less suited to the existing system of rationality in Iranian society
Mr Mohammad Mohammadi, Dr Alireza Poursheykhian, Dr Hossein Asghari, Dr Rafat Shahmari Ardejani,
Volume 8, Issue 4 (4-2020)

This paper aims to study the relation between social capital and waste management and the effects of the former on the latter. The statistical population is all families residing in Amol. Among them, 445 people were selected based on the stratified sampling method. The results show that the highest level of disposal behavior refers to the metal waste and the lowest part pertains to the plastic bag of ice cream, chips, cheese puffies and so on. This is a very important finding and can be discussed more in later researches. The correlation coefficient of variables in social capital and waste management is positive. Owing to the fact that social capital makes a norm pressure on social participation, this positive coefficiency was hypothesized in advance. Besides, the more the social trust is among people, the better the waste management will be. In the other words, if people get reassured that all the society is waste managing, they will take part more in it as well.
Miss Somayeh Mohammadizad, Professor Nematolah Azizi, Professor Ebrahim Salehi Omran,
Volume 9, Issue 3 (12-2020)

The purpose of this study research is to study the development of higher education with emphasis of the polytechnic approach. The method presented here is of historical analysis. The findings of this research reveal various factors are in effect in university development, factors including cultural, political, economical  and social, national and international.  Among the challenges of the development of poly is the lack of communication or the need for between universities and the industry. This research concludes that polytechnic university development will lead to a much needed progress at the country industry. The training of the Special Forces will pave the way for better prepared individuals who can lead market at the top level in the country.

Javad Sagha, Abdolreza Salmani Shah Mohammadi, Mahnaz Ronaghi,
Volume 10, Issue 2 (12-2021)

Going to the cinema is one of the needs of the blind population of Iran. Due to the limitations of the blind, these people use this cultural opportunity in a limited way and with special conditions. The purpose of this study is to understand the meanings of the lived experience of the blind from the cinema. To interpret the experience, Van Menen's Method of interpretive phenomenology was used. Targeted and snowball sampling was performed with semi-structured interviews until theoretical data saturation. Finally, the lived experience of 25 congenitally blind people who go to cinema was analyzed. Data collection tools are observation and interview. Findings of the study includes 5 themes, watching a movie, multidimensional pleasure, screaming, making a dream come true and taking a step forward. Sofar no qualitative research has been done on the blind of the cinema audience and their lived experience in an interpretive way. The results of the research show that the ritual of going to the cinema can be a step towards realizing the dream of the blind in equipping ordinary cinemas; they feel like they belong and enjoy this solidarity. But the life description, along with the release of the film as an unusual method, causes many problems in conveying the meaning of the images to the blind. Filmmakers have no knowledge of the principles of description and have not been trained. Participants also called for cinemas to be equipped with sound systems for the blind and to achieve the goals of the inclusive community.

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