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Showing 4 results for Grounded Theory

Khadije Safiri, Sara Shahanavaz,
Volume 4, Issue 3 (2-2016)
Abstract

In the modern world, changed social norms and values with socio-economic changes. One of the most important changes is Marriage and the family structure. By creating opportunities for women in the community and access to education and employment for them has been created tendency to delay marriage age. Women tend to play a new role and redefine their identity. Purpose of this research, is studies the girls lived experience of over 35 years through the grounded theory approach. The girls emphasized on their independent social and individual identity. They have to redefine their identity. However there is a pressure of traditional identity on the girl. Family and community emphasized to their marriage. Girls also tend to marry. In addition some structural factors effect on increasing the age of marriage and be single in girls. The girls have conflict in definition and construction their traditional and modern identity. They try to that balanced between traditional and modern identity.


Akbar Talebpour, ,
Volume 6, Issue 2 (11-2017)
Abstract

This study aimed to assess the impact of agricultural development projects on social isolation. Issues and concerns of the researchers in this study, according perpetrators of development projects on the economy of the local community in particular and the national economy, economic self-sufficiency in agricultural production and optimize the use of water in general and forgetting social and cultural impact of the project, In which called the impact on the local community. Research methodology is based on qualitative approach, strategy of induction and grounded theory made by using techniques of in-depth interviews, participant observation, focus group discussions and researcher five-year lived experience. The sample of research was choice by targeted sampling, to determine the theoretical saturation. Data analysis has been done as well as thematic analysis and the three-step data encoding method. The findings suggest a series of conditions and factors driving strengthen the bond of community with broader communities including urban and rural, and therefore the local community based on the conditions and driving factors removed from social isolation. These findings have been associated with the concepts of Dauers dilemma consolidated view and a confirmation emphasis on its content.


Mohammad Abbaszadeh, Sattar Dindoust,
Volume 7, Issue 3 (1-2019)
Abstract

Graphic vandalism is one of vandalism that used to refer to the Graffiti that streets and public places and general the urban furniture does ugly and leads to the destruction of public or private places. The aim of this study Evaluation of the factors in the creation of graphical vandalism With an emphasis on themes Graffiti and chairs writings and method in qualitative grounded theory approach was stressed. Participants in this study, were 22 students of Tabriz University (In the year of 1395). In this study, purposive sampling was used. The data Using methods interviewed by appointment and with an emphasis on the confidentiality of studentschr('39') personal information was collected. Central question of this study were: Have you ever locate Sndlynvysy or graffiti? What are the implications of your writings? What are the risk factors and consequences of vandalism graphics? What to do (strategies)? Results showed that personal factors (normal condensation, feelings of belonging, self discharge, Ahssas failure status) and structural factors (social learning, lack of public dialogue) the most important factors is committing vandalism graphics and a sense of disorientation was identified as the core.


Dr Seyed Alireza Afshani, Dr Ali Ruhani, Ms Negin Naeimi,
Volume 8, Issue 2 (11-2019)
Abstract

Death has always been a major concern of humanity. However, encountering unexpected deaths is considered to have been one of the most difficult encounters of human beings throughout history, although this cultural and social encounter has been time-and-place-dependent. On this basis, this study has been designed to explore the process of the bereaved peoplechr('39')s presence in the cyberspace and to achieve a deep understanding of the role of cyberspace in the bereaved peoplechr('39')s lives using the qualitative approach and grounded theory. The required data were collected using in-depth interviews with some bereaved people who had lost one of their immediate family members for a time period ranging from four months to four years. The collected data were then conceptualized and analyzed using the three open, axial and selective coding processes. The findings showed that the central phenomenon is the bereaved profiles, which represent the occurrence of a loss and virtual memorials. Faced with the bereaved profiles, the bereaved people experience and perceive outcomes by adopting strategies such as deconstruction of virtual sociability. In this way, they ultimately rethink the loss in the cyberspace.
 

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