Volume 15 (2023)
Volume 14 (2022)
Volume 13 (2021)
Volume 12 (2020)
Volume 11 (2019)
Volume 10 (2018)
Volume 9 (2017)
Volume 8 (2016)
Volume 7 (2015)
Volume 6 (2014)
Volume 5 (2013)
Volume 4 (2012)
Volume 3 (2011)
Volume 2 (2010)
Volume 1 (2009)
The Sociological Study of the Process of Professional Identity Formation in Doctoral Students of Social Sciences in Iran

G. Jafari; A. Sedighian Bidgoli; A. Vedadhir

Volume 11, Issue 2 , April 2019, , Pages 65-101


  Professional identity refers to a process that answers the question "who am I" during One has been studying for years at university. The PhD is the latest stage in the development of this kind of identity that has a great bearing on the career path of individuals. The present article attempts to test ...  Read More

Implications for the Purpose of Scholarship in Social Science in Light of Critical Realism

A. Zarei Dehbaghi; S. Zarghami Hamrah; Y. Ghaedi; Kh. Bagheri Noaparast

Volume 9, Issue 3 , July 2017, , Pages 67-91


  The aim of this description-inductive study, is to draw forth implications for the purposes of scholarship in the social science based on critical realism with an emphasis on interdisciplinary studies. Critical realism, from an epistemological insight, is seen as the basis for scholarship references ...  Read More

Communitarianism as a Method of Analysis: An Effort for Localization in Social Sciences

E. Abbasi

Volume 7, Issue 2 , May 2015, , Pages 23-56


  The present article tries to study communitarianism as one of the important normative approaches in social science, and present its methodological components in the explanation of political and social developments. However, the question is: what are the concepts and methodological principles of communitarianism ...  Read More

“Space” and its Role in Recreating Architectural Theory and Social Science

E. Zarghami; S. M. Behrooz

Volume 7, Issue 2 , May 2015, , Pages 81-99


  “Space” was architecture’s main keyword between the 1890s and 1960s, but it lost its significance in architecture gradually; this was mainly due to the prevalence of postmodern semiotics and theories of “place” in architecture. Social science however went through an inverse ...  Read More