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Seyed Ali Hoseini, Ali Ahmadi,
Volume 4, Issue 1 (8-2015)
Abstract

Many studies have investigated the development issue but none focused on the economic development. The role of culture in development is proposed as one of the subjects connected to development as well.This studyis based on the Analytic-Applied research method and the numerical taxonomy usedTopsis models to analyze the results. The required data were collected using the filed study and reviewing the existing literature. Totally, 48 indices are considered to evaluate the cultural development coefficient in Hormozgan Province. The results indicate that Hormozgan is culturally underdeveloped.Based on the Topsis model, results show that the highest and lowest development coefficients are 0.54 (Abomosa) and 0.03(Khamir), respectively. Also, according to the cultural indices estimated by Numerical Taxonomy model, the highest and lowest development coefficient measured 0.66(Bandarabas) and 1.07(Khamir), respectively.Many studies have investigated the development issue but none focused on the economic development. The role of culture in development is proposed as one of the subjects connected to development as well.This studyis based on the Analytic-Applied research method and the numerical taxonomy usedTopsis models to analyze the results. The required data were collected using the filed study and reviewing the existing literature. Totally, 48 indices are considered to evaluate the cultural development coefficient in Hormozgan Province. The results indicate that Hormozgan is culturally underdeveloped.Based on the Topsis model, results show that the highest and lowest development coefficients are 0.54 (Abomosa) and 0.03(Khamir), respectively. Also, according to the cultural indices estimated by Numerical Taxonomy model, the highest and lowest development coefficient measured 0.66(Bandarabas) and 1.07(Khamir), respectively.


Masoomeh Ahmadi, Gholamreza Jafarinia, Moloud Keykhosrovani,
Volume 8, Issue 3 (1-2020)
Abstract

The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between social networks and social responsibility and its role in social development in the city of Bushehr. in order to analyze the data from the questionnaire, correlation coefficient and structural equation tests were used and data were processed with Spss and Amos software.The results show that between duration of use of social networks (r: 0.226), membership history (r = 0.136), participation rate (r = 0.326), motivation and goal of users (r = 0.326). 128 / r :), there is a significant relationship between the actual rate of content perception (r = 0/301) and the active / passive audience of users (r / 0/286) and the degree of social responsibilityStructural equation results show that the mean index of 0.286, the standardized chi-square with a degree of freedom of 2.49, the adaptive fit index of 0.743, the goodness of fit index of 1.01 and with respect to the structural equation indices, the presented models have good fit. As a result, there is a good relationship between the social networks and the social responsibility of the citizens of Bushehr.
Dr. Asghar Mirfardi, Miss Hakime Malekahmadi, Dr. Maryam Mokhtari,
Volume 8, Issue 4 (4-2020)
Abstract

One of the most important issues in social life, that have been busy human minds in different ways is "romantic relationships." The purpose of this study was explored the life experience of love and discover of its inner logic. For this purpose, with a phenomenological approach, 14 students (Isfahan University and Isfahan University of Technology) who had experienced "love" were interviewed in depth. Interviewschr('39') contents which, were analyzed with Colaizzi method, indicated that beside the identification of different forms of love, there are common themes of love among different experiences that can be categorized in eleven themes: "The support and mutual acceptance of love and beloved", "The potential of physical and mental nakedness ", "the existence of levels of initial anonymity ", "the existence or the supposition of a kind of supremacy in the beloved," "the belief in the pureeing of the beloved and the relationship", "Choice based on childhood and unconscious experiences", "The experience of distance and accepting joining difficulties," "The ability to imagine a Common future," and "identity convergence." The results show that "the Love" in terms of inner logic is involved with attachment feeling, intimacy, life cycle experiences, and common identity. 

 
Mr Alireza Koul, The Doctor Alireza Esmaeili, The Doctor Rahmatollah Amirahmadi,
Volume 10, Issue 1 (8-2021)
Abstract

The aim of the present study is to retrieve and analyze the meanings of the concept of the culture of apartment from the perspective of the residents of apartments. For this purpose, qualitative research method (descriptive-analytical) has been used. The study population is apartment residents in areas 2 and 9 in Mashhad. The sample size of the study is 21 apartment residents based on theoretical saturation, followed by purposive sampling. Research data collection tools, interviews and semi-structured interviews have been selected. Maxqda software has been used to analyze the data. The research data has been analyzed by thematic analysis. The findings of the present study show that the categories (constructive social relations, social trust, social participation, cultural diversity, new lifestyle), including indicators and criteria are defined by residents in the form of apartment culture and have the greatest impact on the behavior of individuals in collective living environments. As a result, if residents act in both functional and structural dimensions based on accepted Iranian-Islamic values and norms, the improvement of culture in collective life and institutionalizing it in the interactions of daily life to change behavioral habits of residents, will be provided. 
 


Miss Dorna Salamatian, Dr. Asghar Mirfardi, Dr. Mansour Tabiee, Dr. Aliyar Ahmadi,
Volume 10, Issue 3 (12-2021)
Abstract

The extent of environmental degradation is increasing and environmental protection requires utilizing the cultural and social capabilities of human communities. The purpose of this study was to investigate the environmental citizenship of residents aged 18 and older in Shiraz and its relationship with social capital and socio-economic variables. The method of this research was a survey and the required information has been collected using a questionnaire. The study sample is 1045 residents of Shiraz who were selected using the Cluster Sampling Method. To evaluate the validity of the questionnaire, factor analysis was used, and to determine its reliability, the internal coordination of the instrument was used by Cronbach's Alpha Method. The results show that the variables of social capital, socio-economic status,  had a positive and significant relationship at the level of 99% with the environmental citizenship variable. There is a significant difference between the environmental citizenship status of the respondents according to their marital status. Married people have stronger environmental citizenship than others. In total, the independent variables explained 15.3% of the changes in the dependent variable of environmental citizenship. Environmental citizenship and social capital are synergistic. Strengthening social capital and its elements is important for strengthening environmental citizenship.

Enayat Souri, Omid Ali Ahmadi, Mohammad Hosein Asadi,
Volume 11, Issue 3 (1-2023)
Abstract

This research examines the intergenerational social capital among men and women in Tuyserkan. The method is survey and the population includes men and women over 15 years old in 2020. According to Morgan and Karjesi, 392 people were selected by cluster sampling and have answered the researcher-made questionnaire. Validity by experts' agreement, formal, and structural methods are estimated 0.75, 0.76, and 0.84, respectively. Also, reliability by the internal consistency method is obtained 0.82. The data is analyzed by SPSS-26 software and with ANOVA and independent T-test. The results show there is difference among all three generations and between men and women in terms of social capital. The older generation has more social capital. There is relationship among intergenerational variables, gender, age groups, income, type of job, marital status, education, place of residence, age of marriage, presence in the community, and social capital variable. There are differences among different generations in terms of presence in society, individual and social freedoms, social trust, and social mobility. Also, there is difference between men and women in terms of variables of social mobility and presence in the community. Therefore, paying attention to the generation gap in the light of social capital is particularly important.

 
Dr Arman Heidari, Dr Sirous Ahmadi, Mrs Tahereh Momenimanesh,
Volume 11, Issue 3 (1-2023)
Abstract

The quantitative increase of the elderly and the ever-increasing consequences of aging have led to naming the first day of October every year as the International Day of the Elderly. The growth of the elderly population has many effects, and the health of the elderly in physical, mental, and social dimensions and the individual and social factors related to it are among the most important of these effects. In this regard, the present article has examined the relationship between the elderly's general health and the variables of self-care and social support in Yasouj city. The used method and the instrument to collect data are quantitative- survey and questionnaire respectively. The sample size is 259 individuals and the stratified random sampling proportional to the volume has been selected as the sampling method. Based on the results of the research, the average perceived health of the elderly in the dimensions of physical, mental and social health is higher than the average. The variables of Caring behavior and formal support are the most influential variables in the physical health dimension; the variables of informal support, formal support, caring behavior, women and the level of relationship with relatives are the most effective variables in the mental health dimension. The variables of informal support, caring behavior, formal support and the level of social relationship with relatives are the most influential variables in the dimension of social health of the elderly. Therefore, attention and differentiation of multiple dimensions of health and related variables are essential for doing scientific researches and social policy- makings.

Dr Mohammed Hussain Sarai, Dr Rrza Ahmadi,
Volume 12, Issue 1 (7-2023)
Abstract

As a representation, landscape is a particular way of seeing. landscape is not only an ideology, but a visual ideology and a power relation. The purpose of this article is to investigate how to use billboards and visual memorials to present the desired discourses and imagery of local governance in the urban landscape of Dezful. To achieve this goal, all the billboards and visual memorials of the city are studied  in a semiotic and representational way. Then the studied cases in terms of imagery patterns were studied and the characteristics of each of them were examined to get a clear picture of the semiotic landscape and representative designs of the city of Dezful. The results of this research show that with the start of the war and considering the damage done to the city, the local government felt the need for a new image related to the role of Dezful in the war. After the war, imagery related to the clergy enters the urban landscape in a new and completely contextual way. After several decades of dominance of these two discourses, with the emergence of new necessities, emerging discourses such as cross-border resistance and historical also entered the urban landscape of Dezful. In this context, cities like Dezful engage in a kind of political-ideological marketing to show their role in the ruling discourse and its key events in a more important and key way.

Dariosh Ahmadian, Noormohammad Rezaei,
Volume 12, Issue 1 (7-2023)
Abstract

This research is done with the purpose of understanding the impacts of social –psychological factors on gap between environmental attitude and behaviour. The population involves citizens higher than 15 of Kermanshah city and using Cochran formula and multistage cluster, 410 people were selected as sample.  Quantitative approach and the questioner have been applied. Descriptive findings show that Mean of the environmental values are moderate, efficiency variable are moderate to low  and  variable sense of attachment to place is moderate to high. The results of testing hypotheses show that significance correlation is seen between research variables with dependent variable. In other words, with increasing the Means of above variables, the gap between environmental attitude and behaviour is reduce. Results of regression analysis suggest that independent variables explain 11% of variance.  However the above variables have significant correlations with the gap between environmental attitude and behaviour, but it should not ignore other concepts presented in various models and find the general and comprehensive model in this field.
 


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