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Esfandiar Ghafarinasab, Seyyed Ebrahim Mosavat, Mohammad A. Ghaseminejad, Ahmad Alayi,
Volume 4, Issue 4 (5-2016)

National identity is a subjective sense of belonging to a specific national group, which is accompanied by a complex set of cognitions and emotions that express one attitudes towards this  group and other national groups.This study aims to study the social  and cultural factors related to national identity among over 15 year old citizes of Eghlid by the theory of  Castells as theoretical framework. The  method of this study was quantitative survey with questionnaire. 400 young people (over 15 year old) in Eghlid city by multistage cluster sampling were elected and were analyzed. The validity of questionnaire by face validity were obtained and reliability of research was verified by Cronbach's Alpha.Base on findings among 8  hypotheses in the study, 7 hypotheses were verified. Multivariate regression has shown that rate of religiosity (22 percent), age (6  percent), the communicative network expansion (5 percent) and rate of using media (3  percent) have explained 36  percent of the variations of dependent variable (national identity). 

Esfandiar Ghafarinasab, Seyed Ebrahim Ebrahimmosavat, Mohammadali Ghaseminejad,
Volume 10, Issue 3 (12-2021)

This study uses the Qualitative Approach on violence against women, focusing on gender socialization in family. After reviewing the research and review of existing theories, using focus groups interviews, the data is collected among 15 women who have experienced husband's violence and based on grounded theory, the data has been analyzed. At first, base on codings, 42 concepts were made. Afterwards these concepts have been divided into 11 major categories and finally, based on the categories and the information obtained, Core category "Male dominated power in family" was extracted and paradigmatic model of research released. In general, according to the participants in focus group,vthe power structure in the family and the resources that are available for men than women, provide the conditions that allow men to use violence against women. On the other hand, due to less resources of women, they are inevitable to accept violence which is reproduced in the family.


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