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Majid Movahed, Rohollah Mozafari, Samane Alizadeh, ,
Volume 1, Issue 3 (2-2013)
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This paper studies the relationship between cultural capital and trust in foundations and organizations. Its method is quantitative and its technique is survey. The sample content includes 384 youths aged 14-29 in Shiraz who have been selected through Multi-stage stratified sampling. The Data collection tools include questionnaire, and data analysis has been undertaken via SPSS. Evaluating the validity and reliability of questionnaire has been performed through face validity and Kronbach’s Alpha coefficient.

And multi-variant regression has been used in the inferential statistics section. The results indicate that the two factors of watching satellite and television have entered the equation in all of the models, where watching satellite and watching TV lie in a negative and positive relation to the dependent variable respectively. Moreover, historical- religious and scientific aspects have entered the equation in most of the models where both of them have a positive relation to dependant variable. The individual’s education is also considered as a variant included in most of the models but with a negative relation to the dependant variable. 



Reza Dehbanipor, Yasin Khorampour,
Volume 4, Issue 4 (5-2016)
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Postmodernism is a new course that all components of modern and tradition also criticizes period. The virtual world is post-modern culture and media culture in this type of culture, cultural uncertainty disappears and media superficiality of thought is deeply social activists. Theories of postmodernism in the android market is growing strongly in our society. Yet empirical research was done in our community about postmodernism. The study of postmodern society that express the cultural elements of which experts are and which of these elements have penetrated into Iranian society. The research survey of 384 young people 29-16 years of Yazd examined. The survey instrument was a questionnaire and multi-stage cluster sampling was used. The results showed that there was no significant relationship between gender and post-modernism, post-modernism, even though some of the components of a meaningful relationship established with sex. There was no relationship between place of birth and post-modernism. The use of satellite and postmodernism, there was a positive and significant relationship. Variable use of satellites as well as 17% of the variance in the independent variable is explained.


Yazdan Karimi Monjarmoei, Mahnaz Farahmand,
Volume 5, Issue 2 (11-2016)
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Vandalism is one of deviations of the modern society caused by rapid social changes, the growth of anomie, growing desires of humans, and their frustration at failing to satisfy such desires. Sociologically, vandalism is defined as the malicious behavior involving deliberate destruction of, or damage to, public or private property. This survey aimed to study the social factors affecting vandalism. The statistical population consisted of youth aged 15-20 in Lordegan, Iran. A total of 360 were enrolled as the sample using the Morgan table. Multistage cluster sampling was employed. Data were collected using the (Javaher Chian, Master thesis in sociology, 2013) Standard Questionnaire. Data were then analyzed using the descriptive statistics, Pearson correlation, and multiple regression method. Findings showed that use of mass media, association with offenders, and alienation had a positive, significant relationship with the dependent variable. Social bond, however, had an inverse, significant relationship with the dependent variable. The results of multiple regression method showed that, in total, independent variables explained 21.6% of dependent variable variance.


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Volume 6, Issue 1 (8-2017)
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The technological andcommunication-information changes is a manifest feature of contemporary era. The society and culture hadn’t been exempted from these changes either. By developing communication and information technologies, many social and cultural aspects also have been changed. In this study, we attempted to study and analyze the relationship between foreign text and audio media and value system of Shiraz’s youth and teenagers. For this purpose, 400 adolescents of Shiraz were selected based on multi-stage cluster sampling and answered to the questions of researcher-made questionnaire. The dependent variable of the research included different categories and a range of values composed of eight categories namely native, national, global, religious, economic, scientific, social/cultural, and familial values. The foreign text and audio media also was analyzed in detail. The findings of the study showed that there is a meaningful relationship between foreign audio media and five values namely native, national, religious, economic and social/cultural ones. In addition, a meaningful relationship was observed between text media and social/cultural values. 


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Volume 7, Issue 1 (8-2018)
Abstract

White marriage is one of the ways to live without formal and legal marriage, which is widely accepted among young people. The purpose of this study was to study the status of white marriage among young people in Gilani, who experienced this style of life, the causes of the tendency towards this style of life and its consequences.The phenomenological method has been used for qualitative study. Therefore, couples who have experienced this life style have been selected using a snowball sampling technique as the sample, and the data collection process was stopped by interviewing 15 people.
 
The results of the research were extracted through the process of coding open and categorical coding, and the concepts and categories were extracted.
The results of the research indicate that white marriages have become popular among young people.Factors such as economic status, divorce problems, reduced parental control, sexual and emotional needs, globalization, individualism, diminished religious beliefs, and friends have played an important role in the trend of white marriages among young people.The lack of acceptance by the community and the family, the lack of legal protection and having a secret relationship, including the limits of this lifestyle.
 
Doctor Parvaneh Danesh, Pouran Omidvar, Doctor Mohammad Javad Zahedi Mazandarani,
Volume 7, Issue 3 (1-2019)
Abstract

Investigating the factors affecting the tendency toward unmarried joint life among youth in Tehran
In this paper, we have examined a new kind of life, namely cohabitation (two unmarried girl and boy living together) which has expanded in our country for several reasons in recent decades. Also 20 boys and girls who have experienced cohabitation relationships in Tehran are interviewed. The research method used is grounded theory. Using the concepts and categories obtained during the coding process, the causes of the tendency towards unmarried cohabitation have been analyzed and a paradigm model of these concepts and categories has been obtained. The paradigmatic model illustrates the impact of globalization as a major issue on the formation of pre-married cohabitation. Also, based on the presented model, it can be concluded that changing religious values among young people, structural changes in society and changing lifestyles that have been shaped by the influence of globalization among people in the community, especially young people has been provided the basis for the formation and expansion common living home among the young generation.
 



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