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Dr. Rouhollah Jalili, Dr. Mohammad Taghi Iman,
Volume 8, Issue 4 (4-2020)
Abstract

This research has been done to investigate Shiraz university doctoral students’ perspectives on thesis writing. Required data has been gathered by using deep interviews with eight doctoral students. Based on an abductive research strategy and using interpretative phenomenology, the research findings show a Ph.D. thesis doesn’t have a place in the big picture of their life. Themes abstracted from participants’ interviews have a metaphorical sense. For them, the thesis was like an instrument for transition, so they didn’t have central consideration on the thesis process. They saw thesis conduction as a stage just for the pass, and so in this definition, they saw themselves as a transit passenger. A transit passenger doesn’t have enough time for settlement and follows a long-life aim in the future. We think this finding has more important implications for research policy-makers and the process needs a fundamental review. It means they must be reduced the speed of quantitative development of higher education courses and concentrate on constructing a clear vision for them.
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. 

 

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