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Volume 14 (2016)
Volume 13 (2015)
Volume 12 (2014)
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Volume 1 (2003)
Evaluating the Factors Affecting the Distribution of Power in Family

Halimeh enayat; tahereh raeisi

Volume 10, Issue 1 , April 2012, Pages 23-40


  One of recent developments in modern societies is the evolution in the structure of power division in the family and changes in reciprocal actions between wife and husband. This research aims to study the factors affecting distribution of power in the family by using the theories of: social capital, ...  Read More

Social and Cultural Factors Affecting Women's Nutritional Disorders

mohammad abas zadeh; ali reza ostad rahimi; fariba ghani afshard; parvin ali pour

Volume 10, Issue 1 , April 2012, Pages 41-60


  Food safety is among the important and remarkable subjects which is considered fundamental and a basic need of individuals and society so that lack of food or nutritional disorders has serious consequences and worrying reflections. This paper aims to measure nutritional disorders among female citizens ...  Read More

Sociological Analysis of Women’s Urbanization Trend in Tehran

yaghob mousavi; azam pakkhesal

Volume 10, Issue 1 , April 2012, Pages 61-82


  Urbanization with all its semblances, complexities, and problems has been able to have profound effects on the behavior and action of citizens. This study intends to examine the issue of urbanization trends growth sociologically through survey method among women. It seems that in terms of acceptance, ...  Read More

Reviewing the Mechanism of Information Technology on Rural Women's Empowerment Based on Model DEA (case study: the village of Gharn Abad)

hasan ali faraji sabokbar; morteza nemati; afshin khaki

Volume 10, Issue 1 , April 2012, Pages 125-138


  This study has investigated the effects of ICT to increase efficiency and empowerment of rural women using data envelopment analysis (DEA) to investigate the mechanism of effectiveness of information technology (ICT) on the efficiency and empowerment of rural women in the village of Gharn Abad, Golestan ...  Read More

Power Resources and Ideological Interpretation of Women’s Sports Rules

mohammad hossein panahi; shahnaz sedaghat zadegan esfahani

Volume 10, Issue 1 , April 2012, Pages 5-22


  Sociologists including structuralists and trans-structuralists emphatically believe in interpreting sports rules ideologically and also believe that a number of factors such as power of personality, organization and economic situation are involved. This research studies the relationship between personality ...  Read More

Demographic and Social Factors Affecting Women's Employment of Higher Education Graduates (case study: Tehran)

hossein mahmoudiyan; marjan rashvand

Volume 10, Issue 1 , April 2012, Pages 83-104


  In recent years despite the rise in the number of women who have graduated from universities women’s participation in the labor market has not been increased proportionally. The present study tries to examine the employment status of women graduates of higher education as well as of social and demographic ...  Read More

Rating Micro Credit Funds Based on Rural Women’s Ability in Kermanshah

kiyoumars zarafshani; amir hossein ali baygi; mojgan faghiri

Volume 10, Issue 1 , April 2012, Pages 105-124


  Empowering rural women is one of the third millennium goals. To this end it was proposed to allot micro credits to rural women in order to provide the required capital to launch productive careers. Now after a decade from the establishment of micro credit funds in Iran, only few researches have been ...  Read More