COVID-19 Crisis
Corona’s crucial moment: new international Westphalia

M. Khalili

Volume 12, Issue 3 , July 2020, Pages 1-24

http://dx.doi.org/10.22035/isih.2020.3963.4064

Abstract
  Corona, like some Greek words, has two meanings; both the crown and the aura. It is now worldly/pandemic and has become the crown of the world and has swallowed everything in its aura. Disease of Covid-19 has put the world on the brink; as far as the pre-Corona and post-Corona world is spoken of as two ...  Read More

COVID-19 Crisis
The outlook for the cost of economic health in patients with COVID-19

Sh. Ahmadi; M. Gargaz

Volume 12, Issue 3 , July 2020, Pages 25-54

http://dx.doi.org/10.22035/isih.2020.3939.4047

Abstract
  The aim of this study was to investigate the cost of economic health in patients with the COVID-19. One of the problems in our country during the outbreak of a disease is the high amounts of out-of-pocket and direct payments, and as a result, the possibility of heavy health costs, especially in low-income ...  Read More

COVID-19 Crisis
International Health Relations with Respect to the Corona Pandemic

E. Aghamohammadi

Volume 12, Issue 3 , July 2020, Pages 55-83

http://dx.doi.org/10.22035/isih.2020.3950.4057

Abstract
  The field of international health relations includes a set of international rules and regulations, governmental and non-governmental actors, international institutions, and the relationships among them that work within global health. The international health system has undergone many changes in recent ...  Read More

COVID-19 Crisis
The right of prisoners to run away from jails and the right of governments to confront with them in the Corona pandemic situation in the light of Hobbes political philosophy

M. Yekrangi

Volume 12, Issue 3 , July 2020, Pages 85-111

http://dx.doi.org/10.22035/isih.2020.3943.4052

Abstract
  The pandemic of coronavirus in 2019-20 influenced different aspects of human beings' lives such as education, business, economy, culture, medical care, and consequently their fundamental thoughts were the subjects to be revised. Philosophy of criminal justice was not an exception. Since many inmates ...  Read More

COVID-19 Crisis
An interdisciplinary approach to consumer purchasing in the condition of the crisis: with emphasis on COVID-19

Y. Mohamadifar; S. Amiri

Volume 12, Issue 3 , July 2020, Pages 113-144

http://dx.doi.org/10.22035/isih.2020.4000.4091

Abstract
  The emergence of some prominent political, economic, social, and biological crises plays a vital role in changing the behavior of human society. In this regard, the preventive and controlling actions of the Corona crisis, which require a comprehensive, systematic and multidimensional approach, have led ...  Read More

COVID-19 Crisis
Qualitative analysis of the effect of Coronavirus outbreak on pilgrimage patterns in the holy shrine of Imam Reza

M. Fouladiyan; F. Sadrnabavi; P. Khosronejad; M. Vaez Mousavi; M. Zarifpooya; V. Shameli; Z. Baghban Golkhatmi; M. Shamsaei

Volume 12, Issue 3 , July 2020, Pages 145-182

http://dx.doi.org/10.22035/isih.2020.3807.3949

Abstract
  Social phenomena are so complex that one cannot gain an understanding of all their aspects by a specific approach or a single discipline. Turning to pilgrimage action when there is the possibility of catching a dangerous disease before, during, and after the pilgrimage, the study of such phenomena requires ...  Read More

COVID-19 Crisis
Corona pandemic: Return to Home and Emerging a New Generation of Digital-Housewives in Iran

M.H. Badamchi; F. Alborzi

Volume 12, Issue 3 , July 2020, Pages 183-217

http://dx.doi.org/10.22035/isih.2020.4013.4101

Abstract
  Corona pandemic has suspended two major social institutions in Iran; Traditional institution: Mosques, Holy Shrines, Ramadan and Muharram religious rituals were shut down very soon; as far as modern institutions concerned, i.e. malls, cinemas, Coffee shops, universities, parks and restaurants they faced ...  Read More