Humanities Educators’ Lifestyle in Iranian Academic Environments: From Religious Ideals to Institutional Realities

Nematollah Mosapour

Volume 5, Issue 4 , October 2013, Pages 1-32

  Lifestyle is a phenomenon which provides beliefs, values,knowledge and interpersonal competencies in social-personal situations. Lifestyle makes the real part of human civilization; however it does not occur as a simple and linear. Crystallization of the inner human, means lifestyle, is seriously affected ...  Read More

Lifestyl; psychological, interdisciplinary and Islamic approaches, Looking at Iran

Hossein Ebrahimabadi

Volume 5, Issue 4 , October 2013, Pages 33-54

  Life- style, as one new concept and man-made construct, has a significant role in shaping man’s cultural life, and as such in today cultural world, whatever studies  which could dimensions, developments, potentials and damages explain of this social and cultural  Phenomenon is bound to ...  Read More

The Combination of Traditional and Modern Models for Higher Education in Iran: a Sociological Analysis on the Imam Sadiq University and its Islamic Interdisciplinary Curricula

Reza Samim

Volume 5, Issue 4 , October 2013, Pages 55-72

  In the contemporary era in countries in transition, especially those countries which have a long history in founding and maintaining traditional institutions for higher education in the humanities, we have witnessed the simultaneous presence of traditional and modern institutions for higher education ...  Read More

Typologies of Quranic Interdicsiplinary Studies

Ghasem Darzi; Ahad Faramarz Gharamaleki; Mansour Pahlevan

Volume 5, Issue 4 , October 2013, Pages 73-102

  Multifaceted phenomena, issues and also prevention of reductionism have forced scholars to interdisciplinary studies. For these reasons the holy Quran has been taken into consideration nowadays. Researchers, because of the novelty of interdisciplinary studies, pay attention to them based on their impressions ...  Read More

The possibility of Islamic Sociology Paradigm

Nurooz Nimroozi Navokhi

Volume 5, Issue 4 , October 2013, Pages 103-118

  The aim of this research is survey of possibility Islamic Sociology Paradigm in recent situation in terms of lack of necessary agreement with acceptance of religious science among researchers, lack of philosophy of  Islamic social sciences, lack of Islamic sociology and its scientific community ...  Read More

Identification Integrated Curriculum Model in Humanities Based on Fogarty's View and Its Gap with Expected Statuses of Students

Hossein Jafari Sani; Morteza Karami; Hamideh Pak Mehr

Volume 5, Issue 4 , October 2013, Pages 119-134

  The main goal of this study was Identification integrated curriculum model (within disciplines, across several disciplines and within and across learners) in humanities based on Fogarty's view and its gap with expectedstatuses ofstudents. Research method was descriptive and population was all the humanities ...  Read More

Virtual Instruction: An Interdisciplinary Window to Knowledge Construction

Alireza Moghaddam

Volume 5, Issue 4 , October 2013, Pages 135-159

  This article touches upon how virtual instruction, as an interdisciplinary window, might facilitate knowledge construction. In order to do so, an online educational platform and its capabilities are explored, and examples of collaboration are given. Then these examples are analyzed to figure out how ...  Read More