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Child Marriage Should Be Redefined/Ali Tayefi

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The latest report of Global Foundation, “Save the Children”, found that every year more than 4.5 million children younger than 15 years are forced to marry. It means every seven seconds one child marries! Here, I show why the concept of forced child marriage should be redefined. According to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, no …

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From Modernization of Daniel Lerner (1950s) to Present Day Modernization of Iran/Tahereh Yadegari

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  ABSTRACT  Modernization has currently become a global phenomenon that many countries cannot deny its influence from different angles on their societies. Among Middle East countries, Iran is known as one of the first countries to accept modernization to a considerable extent. The internal and external changes of Tehran, capital city of Iran, during last decades is something undeniable. It has …

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Sociological Theorization in Iran/Sajasi and Tavakol

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Abstract In contrast to what is expected by the zealous Muslim intellectuals and students, indigenous or locally produced sociological theory in both pre and post-revolution Iran is not considerable in quality and quantity. The problem has been the center of debates within several disciplines and through different approaches. This “bitter” fact has been studied in this paper from the perspective …

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Studying Political Consciousness among Iranian Students

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By: Mina Sakhamehr, Mojtaba Sedaghati fard, Nayer Pirahari Abstract  In this study survey method conducted, statistical population including students of Faculty of Humanities of Islamic Azad University, Garmsar Branch and sample size was 180 persons studied in random sampling method. Research instrument was a self-developed questionnaire which was tested in terms of validity and reliability. Findings obtained from test hypothesis indicted that political …

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Sociology in Iran/Ali Akbar Mahdi

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Between politics, religion and western influence Sociology emerged in Iran in the context of a Western-oriented modernization program instituted by a patrimonial state. The discipline developed, after it was established in the educational institutions, to train administrators for the emerging state bureaucracies. Despite this official role and lack of a distinct identity, the discipline gained popularity by the mid-twentieth century …

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Political sociology in Iran/Alireza Azghandi

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In this paper, the author takes advantage of positivist school of thought, which came into being in the middle of the 18th century, to study the evolution of politics and political sociology. By raising the question as to whether  changes in paradigms in sociology have been accompanied with parallel changes in the assessment of social phenomena in Iran,  the author …

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Challenges of Sociology in Iran/Ali Tayefi

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The sociology in Iran, as a scientific discipline, has been established in the academic and research centers around 70 years ago. This scientific discipline is continuing to produce knowledge and educate students despite many ups and downs during these seven decades. An overview of the development in sociology in Iran shows that it still facing many challenges and serious crises …

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