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Women's Studies
The effects of social capital components on the empowerment of the women engaged in home businesses

Karim Naderi Mahdy; Hajar Vahdat Moadab

Volume 16, Issue 2 , July 2018, , Pages 175-196


  This study is an applied research using qualitative research method. The purpose of this study is to analyze the effects of social capital components on the empowerment of rural women engaged in home businesses. The study area of this research is Razan County. The statistical population is the 460 women ...  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

The Pathology of Women Participation in Contemporary Iranian Society
Volume 5, Issue 2 , November 2007

  Contemporary Iranian society is transiting from traditional outlook to modern attitudes. Social chaos matched with behavioral and thinking chaos is characteristic of transition period. Political structure, as a part of society, alongside the juridical, economic and social structure is transiting from ...  Read More

Volume 1, Issue 7 , November 2003

  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

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

  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