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Physical Education and Sports Science
Presenting a model and explaining ways to reduce gender inequality in Iran's sports management

marzieh movafagh; Rasool Nazari; Elham Moshkelgosha

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 29 April 2023


  The purpose of this research was to provide a model and explain ways to reduce gender inequality in Iran's sports management. In terms of philosophy, the current research is interpretive type, in terms of approach it is establishment type, in terms of strategy it is of foundational data theory type, ...  Read More

Physical Education and Sports Science
Explaining the Dimensions of Glass Ceiling over Women's Management in Sports (Qualitative Approach: Meta Synthesis)

Marzieh Movafagh; Rasool Nazari; naser shahriary

Volume 20, Issue 1 , March 2022, , Pages 109-130


  The purpose of this study is to explain the dimensions of glass ceiling on women's management in sports. The present study follows the interpretive paradigm and inductive logic with a qualitative approach. Using a combination of previous studies in the last 10 years, a total of 163 studies have been ...  Read More

Women's Studies
Qualitative analysis of violent crimes committed by women: contexts and motivations

Soheyla Sadeghi Fasaei; Marziye Ebrahimi

Volume 13, Issue 2 , July 2015, , Pages 171-192


  While men’s violence is assessed within their social life, women’s violence is attributed to personal factors, such as mental stress, aggression and/or womanish nervousness, regardless of social factors. Unlike such a common interpretation that tries to associate violence of women with interpretations ...  Read More

Assessment of the impact of family power structure on fertility rate in Tehran City

Zeynab Kaveh Firouz; Fariba Karami

Volume 13, Issue 2 , July 2015, , Pages 291-308


  In the last few decades, Iran has experienced sharp fertility decline. Studies indicate that women have a major role in childbearing; therefore, their empowerment and autonomy will lead to changes in their fertility behavior. This paper examines the relationship between family power structure and fertility ...  Read More

Volume 7, Issue 2 , August 2009

  One of the important issues in development is the rate of active participation of women in different fields including macro-decision makings of society. Gender inequality especially in management field has caused much potential of women to be left untouched. In Most countries women have a share in social, ...  Read More

Volume 3, Issue 2 , September 2005

  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

Volume 3, Issue 2 , September 2005

  Even though contemporary approaches have dwindled the class consciousness and class identity, but at the same time, they magnify the gender and its political aspects. The growth of women's consciousness and redefinition of gender identity is partly due to their social participation in public sphere and ...  Read More

Volume 3, Issue 2 , September 2005

  This article is an attempt to study the impact of socio-economic factors affecting women's attitudes from a sociological point of view. The data of this research was collected by using a questionnaire. A sample of 384 women aged 25-54 from Shiraz city, Iran were included in this study. To explain gender ...  Read More