Volume 20 (2022)
Volume 19 (2021)
Volume 18 (2020)
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)
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Volume 1, Issue 6 , June 2003

Abstract
  This article considers women’s struggle as a part of the social movement emphasizing classical and modern perspectives. It also attempts to examine the factors which are inhibiting women, forcing them to call for change of their conditions. In the 90s, social movement thinkers emphasized the interaction ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 6 , June 2003

Abstract
  Common futures in the definitions of new social movements, allow us to call the ongoing process among Iranian women a “social movement”. This movement is distinguished by women challenging legal inequality among men and women and other deficiencies in different aspects of their life. To understand ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 6 , June 2003

Abstract
  Women’s economic behavior, particularly due to their ever increasing contribution to the economic and social activities, needs to be further studied. This article, examines women’s participation in the financial markets. A field study gathered data from the city of Tehran, to review main factors ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 6 , June 2003

Abstract
  A comprehensive social security and safety net along with the quality of benefits are indicative of social development. This article considers social security as a feminine phenomenon. Biological characteristics of women (longer life expectancy and greater longevity among women) and their special cultural ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 6 , June 2003

Abstract
  This article discusses the capabilities of nomad women and emphasizes on their role in the productive economy of 72 field locations of Hamadan province. The article reviews economic, social and cultural characteristics of nomad women, to present their economic status. Participatory Rural Appraisal and ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 6 , June 2003

Abstract
  Considering the structure of the agricultural system where family holdings are dominant and the major portion of the labor force a:re unpaid women and children, official and comprehensive data on rural women’s participation is non-existence. Aiming to study women’s role, the present article examines ...  Read More

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Volume 1, Issue 6 , June 2003

Abstract
  Women’s participation means their total involvement in the process of decision makings and implementation of all social phenomena. This is a precondition for the success of all health programs. Women’s participation in the maintenance of the society’s health is considered important. The program ...  Read More