Critical Thinking as a General Method for Interdisciplinary Research of Humanities

Reza Akbari Nouri

Volume 6, Issue 3 , September 2014, Pages 1-21

http://dx.doi.org/10.7508/isih.2014.23.001

Abstract
  The method is an essential and determining element in any action for being successful; among them, the method is of high importance in research and studying. In this respect, the study and research are not so important per se, as how it’s fulfilled. The present paper aims to introduce the general ...  Read More

Framing Biotechnology in Iranian TV Series

Hadi Khaniki; Mohammad Hossein Panahi; Mohammad Amin Ghaneirad; Zarrin Zardar

Volume 6, Issue 3 , September 2014, Pages 23-52

http://dx.doi.org/10.7508/isih.2014.23.002

Abstract
  Media as public opinion formers have crucial role in supporting the growth and development of science and technology . They form media frames in various fields of science and Technology. This paper seeks to identify frames which Iranian television series depict biotechnology. The Biotechnology frames ...  Read More

An Introduction to the Interaction of History and Politics: toward an Interdisciplinary Science

Tooraj Rahmani

Volume 6, Issue 3 , September 2014, Pages 53-75

http://dx.doi.org/10.7508/isih.2014.23.003

Abstract
    Achieving an accurate knowledge about the relationship between history and politics and then achieve an understanding of the Interdisciplinary nature of these two branches of the humanities is the fundamental purpose of this study. This goal can be more realized with a focus onagency. In ...  Read More

Empirical Pragmatics and Normativity Deficit: The Contribution of Universal Pragmatics to Foreign Language Education

Nasser Taghavian; Yahya Ghaedi; Said Zarghami; Javad Gholami

Volume 6, Issue 3 , September 2014, Pages 77-116

http://dx.doi.org/10.7508/isih.2014.23.004

Abstract
  In this article, on the basis of Habermas’ universal pragmatics, we have tried to indicate that empirical pragmatics in linguistics, suffers from ‘normativity deficit’ in the field of foreign language education. What we mean by ‘normativity deficit’, is the lack of normative ...  Read More

Relation between Iranian Life Style & Housing Form (Based on «The Short-Term Society» & «Geostrategic and Geopolitical Theory of Iranian Society» Theories)

Shima Shasti; Mohammad Mansoor Falamaki

Volume 6, Issue 3 , September 2014, Pages 117-137

http://dx.doi.org/10.7508/isih.2014.23.005

Abstract
    Human’s house is a place reflects a sign of individual/ universal self. This claim is true in every society, and so it is in Iran. By speaking about the relation between Iranian life style and physical form of house, undoubtedly we consider various elements and constituents required ...  Read More

The Explanation of the Bhaskar’s Critical Realism Ontological Assumptions and their Applications on Interdisciplinary Research

Mojtaba Pourkarim; Alireza SadiqZade Ghamsari; Khosrow Bagheri Noeparast; Mahmoud Mehrmohammadi

Volume 6, Issue 3 , September 2014, Pages 131-137

http://dx.doi.org/10.7508/isih.2014.23.006

Abstract
  The aim of this article is explanation of the interdisciplinary research based on ontological assumptions in Roy Bhaskar’s view. According to the research that has been done by description- inductive method, research in Bhaskar’s view is due to transcendental argument, complexity logic, scientific ...  Read More

Imagery and Macro Images of Future World Politics; Suitable Method to Predict the Complex World

Ahad Rezayan; Masoumeh Kazemi

Volume 6, Issue 3 , September 2014, Pages 173-200

http://dx.doi.org/10.7508/isih.2014.23.007

Abstract
  Future research is a systematic study of possible futures, probable and desirable One major goal of future research is to An effort to forecast future developments Image processing is an attempt to creatively visualization and forecast possible future target probable and desirable, Looking for notification, ...  Read More