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Sociology
The Relationship between Gender and Organizational Culture (Case Study: National Library of the Islamic Republic)

Behjat Yazdkhasti; Sayed Ali mohammad Azarbakhsh; Raziyeh Mortazavi Ab Alvan

Volume 12, Issue 2 , August 2015, , Pages 305-323

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jwdp.2014.52361

Abstract
  Gender factor can have a significant impact on the organization or even an individual with certain gender characteristics can be different from organization to organization, the degree of acceptance of the models and assumptions underlying the organization. The purpose of this study was to investigate ...  Read More

The Impact of Education and Organizational Employment on Empowerment of Women in Tehran
Volume 6, Issue 3 , December 2008

Abstract
  In recent decades, empowerment as delegation of power to someone has been used a mechanism to increase personal and work life quality of women. Higher education and occupation are effective instruments for empowering women but the role of culture can't be denied in this relation. Social norms can directly ...  Read More

The Relationship between Self-Concept and Mental Health in East and West
Volume 4, Issue 14 , September 2006

Abstract
  Different cultural assumptions of “selfhood” in East and West cultures provide the individuated self-concept in West and collective self-concept in East, which in turn influence how individuals judge their well-being and mental health. While discussing how culture influences formation of self-concept, ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 7 , November 2003

Abstract
  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

Abstract
  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 5 , April 2003

Abstract
  Marital status and employment are factors which deeply affect women’s attitudes, distinguishing them from other female groups. Under these circumstances, cultural activities are among the areas which influence the position of women. This article, presents findings of “Household Cultural Activity ...  Read More

Social Participation of Women
Volume 1, Issue 4 , September 2002

Abstract
  There is no single sociological theory which can explain the full extent of women's social participation in the developing countries. An analytical framework is developed to serve the objectives of the research. This article presents a summary of most important findings on the types and intensity of ...  Read More

Occupational Positions of Female Faculty Members: Changes during last 10 years
Volume 1, Issue 4 , September 2002

Abstract
  In the recent decades sociologists of occupation have paid more attention to the gender differences in the process of work socialization and job selection . Gender gaps at the management level is one of the most important issues for educated women ,however it has not been studied as much. This article ...  Read More