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Volume 1 (2003)
Assaluyeh women's perception of corporate social responsibility : Ethnographic Study

Mohammad Taghi Iman; Mahta Bazrafkan

Volume 13, Issue 1 , April 2015, Pages 1-22


  South Pars Assaluyeh region is one of the most heavily trafficked industrial regions in the Mideast. profoundly affecting the lives of local people, specifically women. The important issue that must be taken into consideration is the corporate social responsibility which, due to the presence of large ...  Read More

A survey of the adaptation of Urmia Urban Public Spaces to the needs of women

Mohammad Reza Poormohammadi; Pakhshan Khezrnezhad; Pulad Ahmadi; Reza Jahanbin

Volume 13, Issue 1 , April 2015, Pages 23-40


  One of the main goals of designing urban space is that the urban public spaces provide a place for all age, employment and gender groups. Designing an effective model for consolidation and the presence of actors as active citizens is not possible without identifying features and their needs. Therefore, ...  Read More

Effectiveness of family-based education on mental health and resiliency of women with addicted husband (Case study: Sabzevar)

Ali Mohammad Naemi

Volume 13, Issue 1 , April 2015, Pages 41-52


  Women with addicted husband suffer more than other women from mental disorders and they are less resilient. Family-based education with purpose of promoting mental health and resiliency can solve the problems of women with addicted husband. The purpose of this research is to study the effect of family-based ...  Read More

Women's Studies
The challenges of political socialization of female students (providing a Grounded Theory)

Seyyed Mohamadsadegh Mahdavi; Mohamadreza Mohamadjani

Volume 13, Issue 1 , April 2015, Pages 53-72


  Using social interpretivism approach, this research studies the process of political socialization of female students and its main agents. The process of political socialization is important because all political thoughts and attitudes of people are shaped through this process. Grounded theory is applied ...  Read More

The impact of emotional intelligence on entrepreneurial orientation of female university students: The moderating role of cognitive style

Asef Karimi; Ahmad Reza Ghasemi; Esmaiel Shabani Nejad

Volume 13, Issue 1 , April 2015, Pages 73-92


  At present, entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial orientation are considered as a competitive advantage in organizations. Emotional intelligence process plays a critical role in the formulation and activation of entrepreneurial orientation of firms and organization. Therefore, this paper aims at studying ...  Read More

Assessing the acientific quota of academic women in social sciences (with an emphasis on membership in academic departments and scientific research journals)

Nader Razeghi; Heydar Janalizadeh; Mehdi Alizadeh

Volume 13, Issue 1 , April 2015, Pages 93-112


  Recently, gender differences in scientific production has increasingly been focused on by science sociologists. Awareness of scientific priorities, technology and human resources based on gender is one of the determining factors for science policy making and the success of plans. The present study aimed ...  Read More

The impact of personal characteristics on rural women entrepreneurs’ success in Hamedan Province

Ahmad Yaghoubi Farani; Atieh Soleymani

Volume 13, Issue 1 , April 2015, Pages 113-130


  Today, women play an important role in rural area and their capacities in entrepreneurship and employment can enhance rural economics development. Accordingly, the present study seeks to identify the personal haracteristics of rural women and investigate the effect of  this characteristics on entrepreneurial ...  Read More

Women's Studies
An assessment of the effect of citizenship education on empowering women (Case study: Tehran 6th district)

Maryam Najjar Nahavandi; Masoumeh Abkhosh

Volume 13, Issue 1 , April 2015, Pages 131-149


  Following a neighborhood-oriented approach, Tehran municipality provided citizenship education with the purpose of empowering women. In spite of the large coverage of the project and its high costs, comprehensive studies haven’t been conducted in this area yet. Thus, the present study primarily ...  Read More