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Improvement in anti-harassment programs in workplace by using social innovation: a 4 stages-change-process model

Neda Aramipour; Seyed Mohammad Mahmoudi; Ali Asghar Sadabadi

Volume 18, Issue 4 , January 2021, Pages 509-527


  Women's harassment is seen in some organizations and one type of that is "Quid Pro Quo sexual harassment", in which case the harasser often is his manager or senior employee and offer something to the victim or threat him instead of participating in certain sexual behaviors; and the victim refuses to ...  Read More

Conceptual development of women's right to health and its analysis in Micro and macro policies

Hajar Azari; Leila Bahrami

Volume 18, Issue 4 , January 2021, Pages 529-555


  In developed societies, the right to health has gained a broad meaning and different countries have redefined it in various dimensions. Explaining the right to women's health influenced by gender and experiencing multiple changes during their lifetime is of particular importance and requires the creation ...  Read More

بررسی تجربه زیسته مادران جایگزین از اجاره دادن رحم

nastaran dadkhah; Asghar asgari; ali baseri; fariba mireskandari

Volume 18, Issue 4 , January 2021, Pages 557-578


  رحم اجاره‎ای در حال تبدیل شدن به یکی از مهم‎ترین راهکارهای موجود جهت مقابله با ناباروری در زوج‎های نابارور است. هدف این تحقیق؛ تشریح تجربه زیسته زنان اجاره‎دهندۀ ...  Read More

The Position of Women in Khawaja Nizam al-Molk's Siyasatnameh Based on Critical Discourse Analysis Theory

mansoureh shahriyari; Gholamreza Jamshidiha; Akram joudy

Volume 18, Issue 4 , January 2021, Pages 579-599


  Women have been more or less influential in the history of human civilization in various ways, politically, socially, or positively or negatively. One of the most prominent and influential works in which women can be found is Khawaja Nizam al-Molk's policy paper, which reflects the ideas of the most ...  Read More

Structural analysis the effect of organizational silence & voice on job engagement and organizational health of female nurses

Sara Mohammadi

Volume 18, Issue 4 , January 2021, Pages 601-617


  Nowadays, in addition to professional and capable employees, hospitals need healthy, enthusiastic and passionate nurses. Organizational health and Job engagement in employees has been considered by many researchers in behavioral sciences and industrial and organizational psychologists for many years, ...  Read More

Sexual Health as a Social Problem: Meaning Reconstruction of Sexual Health among Married Women of Tabriz City

Tavakkol Aghayari Hir; Mohammad Abbaszadeh; Mohammad Bagher Alizadeh Aghdam; Mahnaz Katebi Aliabadi

Volume 18, Issue 4 , January 2021, Pages 619-642


  Sexual health is the state of physical, mental, and socio-cultural well-being with respect to all sexual experiences, which is regarded as one of the main indicators of human and sustainable development. This dimension of health, in contrast to others, requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality ...  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