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Political sciences
An Analysis of the Pattern of Action of Women Activists in Parties and Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) during the 1370s and 1380s

Marzieh Samaei Sahnesaraei; Rahim Khastu; Saeed Moghimi

Volume 20, Issue 2 , June 2022, , Pages 285-259


  Women, as half of the citizens of the society, can play an efficient and fundamental role in sustainable development if  equal rights of men and women are recognized and implemented in the society. Civil institutions and organizations such as parties and NGOs have an effective role in the political ...  Read More

From Gender Discrimination to Equality and Economic Growth (Study of Developing Countries)

Zaidullah Zahid; zahra nasrollahi; Mansour Mahinizadeh

Volume 18, Issue 4 , January 2021, , Pages 643-662


  Human capital is one of the factors affecting economic growth that can enhance and improve economic and social opportunities. At the same time, women represent half of the whole population and are one of the pillars of the family and societies. It is important to make use of their talents and capabilities ...  Read More

Investigating the Impact of Gender Inequality on the Rural Women Participation (Case Study: Golmakan and Radekan Rural District of Chenaran Township)

Tahereh Sadeghloo; Shadi Khoub; Shirin Sahebi

Volume 18, Issue 1 , April 2020, , Pages 23-53


  In today's world, the acquisition of a socially affiliated personality and getting out of the circle of personal activities is essential for development. Therefore, the participation of women as an important part of the developmental force is significant and gender inequality, as one of the most important ...  Read More

Dualism of Discrimination and Hope, a Trajectory of Gender Discrimination among Middle-Class Women in Tabriz, a Grounded Theory

Ali Ruhani; Mohadeseh Abedi-Diznab

Volume 18, Issue 1 , April 2020, , Pages 55-79


  The present study seeks to evaluate the trajectory of the formation of gender discrimination among middle-class women in Tabriz. Using a qualitative approach and grounded theory, a number of women in Tabriz were selected and studied using theoretical sampling. Theoretical sampling continues until data ...  Read More

Occupational Problems Facing Female University Faculty Members
Volume 6, Issue 2 , July 2008

  Women's strong will to obtain higher education degrees and to work as faculty member of universities is an undeniable fact in Iranian current society. Nevertheless, female faculty members just like many other women encounter some career problems which can affect their emotions, attitudes and behaviors. ...  Read More

An Analysis of Factors Affecting Women's Empowerment Components
Volume 5, Issue 1 , September 2007

  The ongoing women's poverty and gender discrimination, owing to various cultural and historical constraints on their socio-economic status and advancement, has raised different approaches in the literature, namely women's empowerment. Within a conceptual framework of poverty and empowerment this paper ...  Read More