Volume 20 (2022)
Volume 19 (2021)
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)
2. The Feminine Ethics of Care and Reflection in the Concept of Autonomy

Sarouye Mazhabi; Reza Nasiri Hamed

Volume 18, Issue 1 , April 2020, Pages 1-22

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jwdp.2020.297548.1007794

Abstract
  Autonomy is one of the most important components of modernism which have connection with humanism in the realm of political and moral theories. Two important pillars of the autonomy are believes on intellectual independence of the human subject and also having some ability to fulfill practical goals. ...  Read More

3. 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

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jwdp.2020.291192.1007738

Abstract
  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

4. 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

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jwdp.2020.290289.1007723

Abstract
  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

5. Analysis of the Gender Narrative of Separation

Somayeh Arab Khorasani

Volume 18, Issue 1 , April 2020, Pages 81-104

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jwdp.2020.294468.1007765

Abstract
  Gender narrative analysis of divorce is resulted from the investigation about the issue of a triple point including narration of individuals who wants to get married, structure of gender and the institution of family. Consequently, this triple points show the place and the influence of the structure ...  Read More

6. Exclusion from the Education and Reproduction of Gender Inequality: A Narratives Analysis of Women's In Dehgolan Villages

Hossein Daneshmehr; Kamal Khaleghpanah; Soheyla Zandi Sarabsoure

Volume 18, Issue 1 , April 2020, Pages 105-129

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jwdp.2020.294971.1007772

Abstract
  The present study seeks to address rural women's narratives of gender inequality in field education. This study, while interpreting their subordinate positions, explores women's narratives of the status of education-gender relations and the factors that make up the field of education and gender inequality ...  Read More

7. The Impact of CFO Gender on Corporate Cash Holdings: An Experimental Test of Precautionary Savings and Agancy Theories in the Tehran Stock Exchange

Roohollah Arab; Mohammad Gholamrezapour; Pouria Kazemi; Houman Adman

Volume 18, Issue 1 , April 2020, Pages 131-150

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jwdp.2020.294958.1007771

Abstract
  Identifying the factors affecting cash holding is important because a deficit or surplus in cash holdings can cause companies to have many problems. Recent research has showed that one of the influential factors on cash holdings is gender of the CFO. According to the precautionary savingstheory, senior ...  Read More

8. The Influence of Gender Equality within the Family on Fertility Intention of Women in Urban Areas of Bushehr Province

Ahmad Dorahaki; Reza Nobakht

Volume 18, Issue 1 , April 2020, Pages 151-172

http://dx.doi.org/10.22059/jwdp.2020.294291.1007761

Abstract
  When the concept of gender is used in explaining fertility, it is often confined to changes in education and employment status of women. While an important part of gender equality returns to the family domain. Using multi-stage cluster sampling, 600 eligible women aged 18-44 years were studied in urban ...  Read More