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Dr. Asghar Mirfardi, Mrs. Asieyeh Sadeghnia, Dr. Ramin Moradi,
Volume 7, Issue 4 (4-2019)
Abstract

Social development is one of the most pervasive aspects of development. This article has addressed the analysis of barriers to social development in Iran regarding governmental universities faculty members' viewpoints. data collection was done via reviews and survey. The research sample consisted of 131 faculty members selected through purposeful sampling whose view toward social development barriers was questioned. As the first step open reviews were used to identify the main components and then in the second one. The data was collected through structured questionnaire. Face validity and Cronbach coefficient alpha were used to assess the validity and reliability of the assessment tools. The result indicated that the economic, political, cultural, and social barriers had been recognized as the most important ones to social development, respectively. For instance; corruption network, governmental economy, and lack of meritocracy have been considered as the most important barriers to the country social development, respectively. It was concluded that economic and political barriers have been introduced as the most important deterring factors to social development.
Mr Ali Jafari Rad, Dr Adel Zahed Babolan, Dr Masoud Moradi, Dr Isa Samari,
Volume 7, Issue 4 (4-2019)
Abstract

The purpose of this study was to develop a conceptual model for the competence of high school principals in Tehran province. This qualitative research was carried out using a strategy based on the grounded theory. In this regard, using a targeted approach and theoretical saturation criterion, semi-structured interviews with 17 people (7 faculty members specialized in the field of educational management, 5 educational staff managers in Tehran province and 5 school principals) was applied. To obtain validity and reliability of the data, two methods of reviewing participants and non-participant experts were used. The results of the data analysis in three stages, open coding, theoretical coding and selective coding, represent 17 general categories. This paper analyzed the findings of the study in the paradigmatic model including: causal conditions ( the need for continuous improvement, material and spiritual support (Incentives), changes in knowledge and occupation), the main phenomenon (required knowledge, attitudes, and skills), strategies (development centers , providing direct training, implicit training (experimental), context ( collaborative work , supportive atmosphere, decentralized structure), intervening conditions (policy, rules and regulations of facilitator / barrier) and outcomes (improvement of learning quality, organizational development, professional development).
Dr. Sadreddin Taheri, Dr. Zohreh Soltanmoradi,
Volume 9, Issue 1 (7-2020)
Abstract

Due to various continuing social, environmental, and economic challenges facing contemporary Iran, striving for sustainable development is our first serious and undeniable national need; and achieving sustainable development depends on our effort to recount the historical experiences. The main purpose is to measure the Sustainability of development during the period of Shah Abbas I Safavid. This study is historical research with an analytic approach. The authors have used the TBL framework to evaluate the success rate of Shah Abbas I. Based on the results obtained in this paper, the strengths of his management strategies can be categorized in three sections, as follows: social (securing the country, avoiding religious and ethnic prejudices, legal protection of minorities, etc.), environmental (successful management of water resources, water sensitive urban design, transferring economic orientation from agriculture to trade, etc.) and also economic (permanent support for craftsmen and traders, reconstruction and securing the roads network, creating economic security, etc.). By implementing these management policies, he succeeded in achieving sustainable development, that its benefits continued until four decades after his death. Learning from historical experiences, like what was discussed in this article, can be a path out of the current situation.
Siros Barzgar, Ali Moradi, Gholamreza Jafarinia,
Volume 10, Issue 4 (4-2022)
Abstract

Cultural development as one of the driving forces of the social system is affected by many factors, which due to its nature and quality, can be greatly influenced by humanities. The purpose of this study is to know the relationship between humanities and cultural development in Iran, focusing on the city of Bushehr. Research method in terms of approach, quantitative and data collection,  is a survey type description. A researcher-made questionnaire using the Delphi technique was used to measure variables. The statistical population included graduates and people studying in the fields of humanities. Using SPSS Sample Power statistical software, 420 people were selected as a sample for the study. The results show that there is a significant relationship (r = 0.552) between attention to humanities and cultural development. This situation in smaller dimensions between the employment of humanities graduates and cultural development (r = 0.483), the economic efficiency of humanities with cultural development (r = 0.462), the existence of theorists of humanities and cultural development (r = 0.588). lack of politicization of humanities and cultural development (r = 0.613), locality of humanities and cultural development (r = 0.537), study and cultural development per capita (r = 0.599); as a meaningful relationship. The results of multiple regression show that the variables of non-politicization of humanities (Beta = 0.240), study per capita in humanities (Beta = 0.230), development of humanities (Beta = 0.194), amount of theorizing in humanities ( Beta = 0.174) and the economic efficiency of humanities (Beta = 0.089), explain 52.5% of the changes in cultural development. It can be concluded that paying attention to the importance and development of human sciences can provide the context for cultural development in the society.

 
Mohsen Safarian, Ali Moradi,
Volume 11, Issue 3 (1-2023)
Abstract

This study examines the relationship between people's awareness of citizenship rights and their desire for social participation, with an emphasis on citizens over 21 years of age in Kermanshah. The method used in this research is quantitative approach and in terms of practical purpose, it is a description of the survey type. The studied population is the citizens over 21 years of age of Kermanshah city, which according to the extent of the statistical population; 400 people were selected using SPSS Sample Power software and studied by cluster random sampling method. The tool for collecting information from the respondents is a researcher-made questionnaire, which is obtained using construct validity. The reliability is obtained using Cronbach's alpha technique. The data has been later analyzed using SPSS statistical software.  The results show that the social participation rate of the respondents is 149.77 and the citizenship rights average is 80.53, which is compared to the expected citizenship rights average of 99. The correlation results show that there is a significant relationship between the level of awareness of citizenship rights in the dimension of civil rights, political rights, socio-economic dimension and group cultural rights with the desire for social participation. The results of the regression equation also show that the citizenship rights variable explains 0.31 of the changes in the dependent variable.

Mr Alireza Moradi, Ms Sana Nourimoghadam,
Volume 12, Issue 2 (11-2023)
Abstract

Today, one of the most common public health problems around the world is "domestic violence", which includes child abuse, spousal abuse, and mistreatment of the elderly. The purpose of this research is to identify the factors affecting the incidence of domestic violence. This research is applied in terms of purpose, and in terms of its nature, is in the category of analytical research; its qualitative research method is of the content analysis type. The data collection tool is a semi-structured interview, reference to documents, and the sampling method is a targeted method. The target population of this research includes the scientific and operational elites of the South Khorasan Police Command, including the board of directors, specialized police commanders, general operational managers and scientific professors, and all spouses of families who go to police station counseling centers due to family violence.  The number of participants includes 27 scientific and operational elites of Birjand and spouses affected by domestic violence (due to reaching theoretical saturation). According to the obtained results and the analyzes made from the open, central and selective codings, the factors affecting in the incidence of domestic violence include economic, social and cultural dimensions. According to the investigations and the results of the present research, the need for the attention of the relevant authorities and the education of families and individuals to learn about the psychological and social consequences of violent behavior is more important than ever.


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