Volume 20 (2022)
Volume 19 (2021)
Volume 18 (2020)
Volume 17 (2019)
Volume 16 (2018)
Volume 15 (2017)
Volume 14 (2016)
Volume 13 (2015)
Volume 12 (2014)
Volume 11 (2013)
Volume 10 (2012)
Volume 9 (2011)
Volume 8 (2010)
Volume 7 (2009)
Volume 6 (2008)
Volume 5 (2007)
Volume 4 (2006)
Volume 3 (2005)
Volume 2 (2004)
Volume 1 (2003)
The Critical Review on Mernissi idea of Hejab
Volume 3, Issue 3 , December 2005

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  This article is an analytical review of the book "The veil and the male elites" written by Fatima Mernissi. The author of the book justifies her elaboration based on two historical references namely Tabari History and Traditions of Ibn Husham. The limitation of references utilized by the author as well ...  Read More

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Volume 3, Issue 2 , September 2005

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  Power and its accessibility is one of the most important issues in social science. In more traditional societies, the power was an important phenomena in the family and most often it belonged to men. The occurrence of patrilineal led to the enhancement of male dominance and brought men many privileges. In ...  Read More

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Volume 3, Issue 2 , September 2005

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  In this article, an effort has been made to discuss about three different approaches on the socio-political role of women in contemporary history of Iran. The first approach was made by those who do believe that throughout the history of Iran, the role of women has never been significant. Contrary to ...  Read More

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Volume 3, Issue 2 , September 2005

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  Women constitute half of the population and their position is important in development process of the countries. Thus, improving women's status is a necessary condition for a sustainable development in every country. To reach this goal many efforts have been made to empower women throughout the world. In ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 7 , November 2003

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  Rural women spend a considerable portion of their time and energy performing activities that are not calculated in production and the national product. Women’s increasing inequality and decreasing resource benefits are glaring reflections of this condition. This study aims to identify women’s activities ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 7 , November 2003

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  This study applies empowerment theory to examine women’s access to the credit system. The theory distinguishes five stages of welfare, awareness, access, participation, and control and - focuses on gender equality in the development process. Survey research was conducted in 1 the city of Tehran and ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 7 , November 2003

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  This article argues that investment in female education not only reduces the gender gap, but also leads to greater efficiency, increasing production, and higher income. The study is based on human capital theory, with an emphasis on gender. Secondary data was utilized. The findings reveal that increased ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 7 , November 2003

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  Development experts have distinguished citizenship control as the highest form and degree of participation. In such participation, people have decision-making power in issues that affect their daily lives. The identification of variables that ensure women and men’s ability to control society’s affairs ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 7 , November 2003

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  Rapid technological and cultural changes of the past two centuries in developed countries and their effects on modernization in other societies, including Iran, have preoccupied many social scientists. This study aims to measure the level of modernity among women who are active in the cultural realm ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 6 , June 2003

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  This article considers women’s struggle as a part of the social movement emphasizing classical and modern perspectives. It also attempts to examine the factors which are inhibiting women, forcing them to call for change of their conditions. In the 90s, social movement thinkers emphasized the interaction ...  Read More

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Volume 2, Issue 2 , June 2003

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  The present Iranian labor market is faced with a huge number of people who are seeking work and with insufficient growth of job opportunities, it will entail increasing rate of unemployment. The process of job creation has neither met the demands of the unemployed, nor those of university graduates, ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 6 , June 2003

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  Women’s economic behavior, particularly due to their ever increasing contribution to the economic and social activities, needs to be further studied. This article, examines women’s participation in the financial markets. A field study gathered data from the city of Tehran, to review main factors ...  Read More

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Volume 2, Issue 2 , June 2003

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  The emergence of families with two income sources (employment of husband and wife) is one of the important social changes in Iran. This type of family, despite benefiting from a blending of roles, is faced with certain pressures, which stem from traditional division of labor within the family and new ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 6 , June 2003

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  This article discusses the capabilities of nomad women and emphasizes on their role in the productive economy of 72 field locations of Hamadan province. The article reviews economic, social and cultural characteristics of nomad women, to present their economic status. Participatory Rural Appraisal and ...  Read More

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Volume 2, Issue 2 , June 2003

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  The purpose of this study is to examine the family, social and political positions of women in the Safavid period, with the aime of understanding thr gender stereotypes in a different dimensions and ears. A historical explanatory approach has been utilized for the research. Research finding demonstrates ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 6 , June 2003

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  Women’s participation means their total involvement in the process of decision makings and implementation of all social phenomena. This is a precondition for the success of all health programs. Women’s participation in the maintenance of the society’s health is considered important. The program ...  Read More

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Volume 2, Issue 2 , June 2003

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  Globalization is an encompassing phenomenon, which has created challenges for all of humanity. The family, as a social institution, has experienced some transformations brought about by globalization. The issue under study in this paper examines the potential impact of globalization on the family and ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 5 , April 2003

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  The impacts of wife abuse in societies and their negative influences of mothers and children have been presented in many researches. One of the general characteristics of wife abuse is its hidden nature; in such a way that most Iranian women tolerate their being abused. Thus, there is no notable research ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 5 , April 2003

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  The changes in age and sex structure of population as an independent and primary factor- irrespective of other influencing factors- creates imbalance in marital situation of the society. Based on population changes in recent decades in Iran, especially in the period of 1976-1986, there has been a remarkable ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 5 , April 2003

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  In traditional societies, women are under-represented in the law profession in such a way that they constitute approximately one-tenth of the total number of lawyers in Iran. Over the past few decades, due to prevailing restrictions, women’s entering into judicial positions has been restricted, decreasing ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 5 , April 2003

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  Mass media through disseminating information forms the thought, mentality and culture of the society. Decision makers and writers of messages (mass media managers and producers) have an important role in cultural formation and its’ evolutions. The women’s presence in these occupational positions ...  Read More

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Volume 2, Issue 1 , March 2003

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  : Considering the status of women's employment in Iran and given their untapped potential as a labor force, facilitating their access to the labor market, can pave the way for increased social benefits. Therefore identifying the factors that promote greater participation of women in the economic and ...  Read More

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Volume 2, Issue 1 , March 2003

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  In the past two decades, the expansion of ethnic identity move¬ments has increased the number of studies examining the social, cultural, and political dynamics of ethnicity. A review of the studies demonstrates that the gender aspect of ethnicity has been largely over-looked and tended to consider gender ...  Read More

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Volume 2, Issue 1 , March 2003

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  It is apparent that globalization has created both a sense of promise and fear in the world community. This phenomenon has created both opportunities and threats for developing countries. Developed nations and developing, urban and rural areas, men and women, are affected differently by globalization. ...  Read More