Goals and Outlook


Since the position of women in the majority of fields of knowledge, whether as a subject of research or as a researcher, has been neglected for many years, it is evident that in this regard, many fields of knowledge have been combined with theoretical and analytical damage and gender distortions. Although gender has appeared in numerous social studies, the discussion of gender has not been central for many theorists, and in some instances, women have been mistakenly considered synonymous with gender. With the rise of social movements, the study of women’s issues from a comparative and gender perspective is the focus of researchers, in the hope that theoretically, with a critical and experimental view, and most importantly, native to the study of women’s issues and theorizing in this field, a step will be taken toward solving the social problems of women.


 Thematic Axes of the Journal


  • Communications
  • Economy
  • Ecology and environment
  • Physical education and sports science
  • Rural development
  • Sociology
  • Medical sociology
  • Sociology of nutrition
  • Geography
  • Demographics
  • Welfare and social planning
  • Psychology
  • Urbanization
  • Political science
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Management
  • Counseling
  • Women Studies
  • Cultural studies


Acceptable Content Types

  • Original articles
  • Applied articles
  • Basic articles
  • Comparative-analytical articles