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Seyed Reza Naqibolsadat, Fatemeh Qasabi,
Volume 1, Issue 3 (2-2013)
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This study tries to provide a virtual image of the structure and design of Facenama, Cloob, Facebook and Google+ social networks. The main question in this study is which variable or variables are differ in the structure and design of social networks of Iranian and non-Iranian. Content analysis has been used in this study. Content analysis is a research method to describe the objective, systematic and quantitative manifest content of communication messages used. Overall, this study showed that most of the real images, personal pictures, lots of charm, design web format, fixed format, output format, content, text and images, colors and texture, heat and cold, and emotional attraction for color, many comments, more than 10 Comments, iconic landmarks and layering of different materials used in the structure and design of social networks.

Also, there is a significant correlation between the actual picture type, color, format, content production, layering content and comments with social networks of Iranian and non-Iranian.



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Volume 2, Issue 2 (11-2013)
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The main purpose of this paper is to evaluate the compliance status of the cultural identityof the members of the social network Face book case study of Tehran University's undergraduate student majors. This paper reviews the status of student commitment to social network facebook, the facebook components and indicators of cultural identity. This paper is exploratory and the results of a survey. The subjects of this study are students of Tehran University undergraduate courses. The data collection techniques used questionnaire and structuralism theories of Anthony Giddens and Stuart Hall's Representation. The findings suggest that membership and participation in the community of single women aged 20 to 22 years compared with men in Face Book more. Sense of belonging to the Persian language، Friendship is based on values ​​and norms, Choose dress and makeup according to the values ​​and norms، respect to different cultures and nationalities Notes and Comments on Face book Students will adhere to the cultural identity of anecdote on Face book On the other hand, students who disagreements with their religious norms - National and tend to less their use of religious symbols and sayings، Interest in learning Linguistic terms Common on Face book suggest a Cultural identity is a lack of to adhere to students. Cultural identity indicates that the content of the benchmark to evaluate students on Face book, change, comparison, and selection is located.


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Volume 2, Issue 4 (5-2014)
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Thisstudy investigatesthe impact ofthe Internet onMulticulturalIdentityamongUniversity Students. The main objectiveof thisresearch istheoretical and empiricalstudy ofthe relationship between theInternet andMulticulturalIdentity.In order toachieve this objective, Stuart Hall's theory about Media Communication andMulticulturalIdentityand Manuel Castells' theory about the Internet andNetworkSociety, are studied as Theoretical Framework of Research.The populationstudiedincludes the studentsof Kashan State University and Kashan Medical Sciences Universityin 2013-14 school year (Equivalent to 9540people), that amongthis population, using Cochran's formula, 380people are selected, as theSampleSize. The results of hypotheses tests of this study suggest that there is meaningful and directcorrelations between the variable of Multicultural Identity and the variables of Duration andextent of use ofthe Internet, Proficient inthe use ofinternet, The UseofInternet Scientific Sites,The Use ofInternetArtSites, Shopping Internet Cultural Goods and The Use ofVirtualSocial Networks. Also, the results of theRegression Analysis, shows direct impact of the variables of Social Virtual Networks, The Use ofInternetArtSites and Duration andextent of use ofthe Internet onthe variable of Multicultural Identity.


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Volume 2, Issue 4 (5-2014)
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Thisstudy investigatesthe impact ofthe Internet onMulticulturalIdentityamongUniversity Students. The main objectiveof thisresearch istheoretical and empiricalstudy ofthe relationship between theInternet andMulticulturalIdentity.In order toachieve this objective, Stuart Hall's theory about Media Communication andMulticulturalIdentityand Manuel Castells' theory about the Internet andNetworkSociety, are studied as Theoretical Framework of Research.The populationstudiedincludes the studentsof Kashan State University and Kashan Medical Sciences Universityin 2013-14 school year (Equivalent to 9540people), that amongthis population, using Cochran's formula, 380people are selected, as theSampleSize. The results of hypotheses tests of this study suggest that there is meaningful and directcorrelations between the variable of Multicultural Identity and the variables of Duration andextent of use ofthe Internet, Proficient inthe use ofinternet, The UseofInternet Scientific Sites,The Use ofInternetArtSites, Shopping Internet Cultural Goods and The Use ofVirtualSocial Networks. Also, the results of theRegression Analysis, shows direct impact of the variables of Social Virtual Networks, The Use ofInternetArtSites and Duration andextent of use ofthe Internet onthe variable of Multicultural Identity.


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Volume 3, Issue 1 (8-2014)
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The main question of this paper is about the electoral behavior of university students, as one of the main indicators of political development, and the role of social on this matter. The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship between social networks and electoral behavior among the students of the University of Isfahan. Method of collecting and analyzing the data is survey method. This study was conducted on 174 male and female university students To collect data, a questionnaire was used to validate the formal method, and its reliability was assessed using Cronbach's alpha and the data were analyzed using SPSS software under the Windows environment. The social network is divided into three dimensions, construction, interactive and functional, with regard to the three aspects of the electoral behavior of watching, medium and active it can be seen that the greatest impact of social network features and functional characteristics of the students had little impact on voting behavior.


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Volume 3, Issue 4 (5-2015)
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The ability of public spaces in attracting people is resulted that have been considered as a container for formation of social capital. Therefore this study is an attempt about the relationship between public spaces and social capital in different aspects and according to explanatory framework and deductive reasoning for testing the assumptions of the theory. The main assumption of the study has been organized on the bases of physical and social aspects of space which impact over social trust and participation contingent factors such as social networks. In this way explanation between social capital and public spaces has been performed by Polynomial regression test in SPSS and MATLAB. The analysis is on the bases of 384 sample size which has been derived according the cochran Q test and in a random sampling method. The gathering instrument was questionnaire in public spaces within the selected community contexts of Amol.

 The results indicates that the physical dimensions of (space) and social (activity) in public spaces affect the norms and social networks as a dimensions of social capital. Also all indicators of social capital is positively associated with the acceptance of public space and has established a positive 65.3% correlation. Therefore, improving the physical and social conditions of public spaces result in a positive way on social capital at the community level scope (areas).


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Volume 4, Issue 4 (5-2016)
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The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of social networks on political activism among students was Esfahani. Actors, ability and having the will and the ability of social action and the use of tools, symbols, signs in the context of social values, and mechanisms in technologies, for mutual communication. Political actors in dialogue and collective behavior within the range of interests, institutions and social networks, formation and expansion of civic participation and political action of the web 2. The method used in this study is a survey. Techniques of data collection was a questionnaire whose reliability is the formal method - content and its reliability was measured by Cronbach's alpha statistic. The research population consisted of all undergraduate university students that volume 384 samples were selected by cluster sampling. The data collected and analyzed using spss software was analyzed. The results of the analysis of the data showed that social networks and political action in case there is a significant relationship.


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Volume 5, Issue 1 (8-2016)
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addressing the relationship between the social capital and its dimensions with the social security is the aim of the current study. The research method is descriptive- explanatory and survey that has been done by using a questionnaire with interview. The above 18 residents of Kerman city constitute the research statistics population that it was chosen 384 persons using the Kookran formula and multistage cluster sampling method. It was used Spss16 to analysis the information and Pearson test, regression analysis and path analysis to examine the hypothesis.

The findings show that the social security of responders is in the middle. There is a significant relationship between the strong social trust, social support and social network. While there was not a significant relationship between the membership in voluntary institutes and trade-off norms with the social security. The results of regression analysis show that the independent variables can explain 12 percentages of the dependent variables changes, totally. Moreover, the results of path analysis show that the trust dimension can be generalized amongst the social capital and the instrumental support have the most effect on social security.


Mr Aliakbar Akbaritabar, Prof. Jafar Hezarjaribi,
Volume 5, Issue 1 (8-2016)
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This research suggests a methodological improvement to study social capital in online social networks. We have designed a measurement tool based on Lin's theory of social resources. It is named Social Village and can be accessed in (http://socialvillage.me). By this tool, we are getting access to profile and friendship data of users of online social networks (Facebook and Google Plus). To access this data, we ask for users’ permission by social login and we have designed a gamified and interesting social survey that helps users get an in-depth knowledge of their online life. This tool combines three structural generators for social capital data (name, position and resource generators) and it has been developed in three languages (English, French and Persian) enabling us to conduct comparative studies. Based on our results presented in this report, 412 users in sample of our study know who they are connected with in online social networks, they know their friends’ socio-economic positions and they are providing or receiving various resources through their online friendships and their level of social capital is signifacntly correlated with their activities in online social networks and some other variables that are discussed in the report.


M.a. Faezeh Behnamifard, Phd. Mitra Habibi,
Volume 5, Issue 3 (2-2017)
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This study aiming to identify and gender analysis of the factors influencing adolescents’ (12-19 years old) tendency to use the internet, in terms of the purpose, is practical and the method of data collection is descriptive-survey. The sample size is calculated as 220 people using Cochran formula and sampling is appropriate as simple random classification. The data is mainly collected by questionnaire which its validity is approved by formal validity, and its reliability by Cronbach’s Alfa (= 0.81). Data analysis is done by statistical data and annalistic tests (chi-square, Pearson, Independent T, and Expletory Factor Analysis).  Results Show that there isn’t any specific relationship between the gender and amount of internet use. The most important factors which encourage them to use this media are “improving social relationships”, “drawing attention and feeling identified”, “gaining the capability of today’s world”, “experiencing freedom and equality”, and “user friendliness of the space”, which except the second and third factor, other factors have meaningful differences between girls and boys. 


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Volume 5, Issue 4 (5-2017)
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Expansion of virtual networks and the Internet has become a major challenge to the traditional forms in which socialization takes place. The aim of this study was to explore the virtual socialization of adolescent students in high schools in Sari, Mazandaran, Iran. The statistical population of this study included all high school students in Sari. The sample population consisted of 380 students selected through multi-stage cluster sampling method. The survey method was used in this research and the data was collected through a questionnaire. The results indicated that the degree to which the students were virtually socialized varied. 64 percent of them showed average socialization, 14 percent high, and 22 percent of them low socialization. The results of multivariate regression analysis, showed that “personal integrity requirements” (β = 0/82), “escape- from- reality requirements” (β =0/4), “social cohesion requirements” (β= 0/35) had greatest impact on the virtual socialization. In addition, the coefficient of determination showed that the independent variables of the study explained 43% of the variance in the dependent variable (virtual socialization). The results also showed that gender did not make a significant difference in the virtual socialization of the adolescent students.  


P.h.d Ali Rahmani, Miss Najme Khani Hanjani,
Volume 6, Issue 1 (8-2017)
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Present research sets its goal on investigation of effects of CLOOB social network on member’s social identity. To do so,It’s used the mitture of sociological and relational theories.In order to data collection, it’s used measurement and online questionnaire technique.This study’s statistical community are member’s of CLOOB social network Regarding time limitation and high amount of population in statistical community, volume sample was selected through 385 people Cochran formula with accidental way of sampling.To count indicator validity it’s used formal validity and to count calcvlating indicators, it’s used Cronbach Alpha.Data analysis is done by using SPSS application and data is analysis desecriptive statistics and inference.In descriptive part.it’s used analysis of on variable a descriptine parameters and in inference pait,it’s used 2variabales to test assumptions and multi-variabae Regression to make clear the amount of effect of each independent variable on user’s social identity.The most important findings of this research believe CLOOB channel is one of the reasons that causes the simplicity of acceptancc in increasing & relativity.This change caves the raise of halo holiness of some traditional identity values and rethinking on it.As this research has shown. CLOOB’s member’s are too affected by its atmosphere and they have found their social identity


Seyed Yaghob Mosavi, Mohammadsadegh Mahdavi, Seysd Yaser Ghorbanpourganji,
Volume 8, Issue 1 (8-2019)
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The main objective of this research is the sociological study of the impact of social influences on electoral behavior in Iran's presidential election among citizens living in Mazandaran province. This research is descriptive-analytic and survey is carried out using a researcher-made questionnaire. Using Cochran's formula, 384 individuals were selected as sample size and then statistical sampling was done in a multi-stage sampling method. The theoretical framework of research based on the level of sociological theories has been categorized in three theoretical and operational levels (micro, macro, and median). Field surveys show that women and men, singles and married people differ in terms of electoral behavior, and in terms of location differences There is no difference in living in a city or village and its impact on electoral action. In terms of belonging to job groups and respondents' educational level, there is a significant difference in the type of behavior and participation rate in the elections. Age and income have a reverse and significant relationship with the behavior of the participants in the survey, and the variables of value preferences, media, Social networks, social institutions, social trust, social order, national and religious identity also show a meaningful relationship with electoral behavior.
Masoomeh Ahmadi, Gholamreza Jafarinia, Moloud Keykhosrovani,
Volume 8, Issue 3 (1-2020)
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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 Hossein Heidari,
Volume 9, Issue 2 (10-2020)
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of online social networking on couplechr('39')s relationships. Relationships between couples in this study measured and examined in five dimensions: sexual satisfaction, intimacy, couple conflict resolution, domestic violence, couplechr('39')s financial agreement, and couples consent in child rearing. The research method is survey and the statistical population includes married people of Tehran. The sample size is 340 couples in Tehran which is calculated by Cochran formula. The sampling method is multi-stage cluster sampling and the samples of each cluster has been selected systematical randomly. The results showed that sexual satisfaction has the highest mean among the variables of couplechr('39')s relationships. Regression analysis shows that online social networks have the greatest impact respectively on reduce of violence between couples, agreement on child rearing, intimacy between couples, conflict between couples, financial relationships between couples and satisfaction of coupleschr('39') sexual relationship. According to the results of this study, mere use and membership of online social networking does not have a positive or negative effect on couplechr('39')s relationship, but rather the quality of using online social networking that determines its positive or negative impacts and consequences.
Dr Naser Poorreza Karimsara, Dr Hosein Dehqan,
Volume 10, Issue 1 (9-2021)
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The social structures of the society, as a network, are made up of a set of individuals and the links between them, stimulants and groups; the best way to study social structure is to study the relationships between its members. This study seeks to see how reference to megamalls and commercial complexes impact social networks (bonding, weak or local). The statistical sample of the present study is 416 individuals from three commercial complexes located in Tehran, the Iranian capital, and local stores within 500 meter of these shopping centers.  Furthermore, the respondents are selected in shopping malls and local shops using a systematic sampling method considering their age and sex composition. Data from the sample was obtained through interviews. Findings of the study show that megamalls, with a coefficient of 0/17, directly impact the family social network, and with a coefficient of 0/145, have a negative impact on the local social network. On the other hand, local social network with a coefficient of 0/640 directly impacts weak tie social network. Also, the family social network with a coefficient of 0/081 has a direct effect on weak tie social network.

Massoumeh Esmaeili, Dr Majid Radfar, Ali Baseri,
Volume 10, Issue 1 (9-2021)
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The emergence of social networks as a new, attractive and inclusive space has changed the dimensions and the structure of society. As a result, it has transformed previous identities and encouraged the creation of new ones. These changes have directly and indirectly affected the lives of young people. The present article is the result of research that social networks are interrelated with the cultural identity of young people and their families. For this purpose, based on the theoretical frameworks of identity and media, and relying on the latest available sources and information and research method of data theory of the foundation (52 concepts, and 5 categories), the impact of social networks on youth cultural identity ( Students of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Azad University of Tehran (center) has been examined. Given that youth is very important as a social situation, it was selected for this study. The results show that social networks are a series of motivational processes that fundamentally transform social-cultural identity, relationships, individuals, families, and phenomena such as individualism, diminishing parental authority, alienation, and growing anxiety.


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