Social Sciences
Epistemic justice among youth: from cyberspace to policymaking

S. Veisi; M.S. Zokaei; A. Entezari

Volume 14, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 1-27

  Justice is one of the most important issues in Iranian society. The main issue of the present study is epistemic justice and the gap between its definitions in everyday life and policy making domains. For that matter, we purposefully selected the pages of young users on social media networks of Instagram, ...  Read More

Bio-resistance as an alternative to bio-power: Analyzing the self-realization of subaltern population in contemporary Iranian history

F. Nateghi; E. Towfigh

Volume 14, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 27-58

  This paper seeks to explicate "bio-resistance" in an interdisciplinary perspective inspired by political philosophy, history, anthropology, and sociology. Here the concept of "bio-resistance" is formulated along the lines of thought drawn from an integrated reading of Spinoza and Deleuze. Using the genealogical ...  Read More

Recognizing the requirements and functions of interdisciplinary studies of legal and literary concepts.

R. Afzali; M. Alavi Moghaddam; M. Firouzi Moghaddam

Volume 14, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 59-85

  In the contemporary higher education system, "interdisciplinary studies" has gained a prominent place and has become a basic need in academia and in the process of science production, which in addition to expanding knowledge and using the capacities of neighboring disciplines, opens up new frontiers ...  Read More

Social Sciences
Something between art and commerce: A sociological study of modern Iranian arts and crafts movement

Z. Shafiei

Volume 14, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 87-123

  The status of handicrafts has always been controversial throughout history. In this regard, three periods can be distinguished: the first, in which, handicrafts are classified as poor cousins of fine arts, under the dual high/low, the second with the emergence of arts and crafts movement, where we see ...  Read More

New women akin to modern urban way in the new wave of cinema in pre-Islamic Revelution era: case study of films Mr. Naïve (1971) and The Balooch (1973)

J. Nematollahi; A. Sayyad

Volume 14, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 125-150

  New Iranian woman with relative freedoms, especially in the social activities domain, appeared as a result of the modernization process at metropolitan levels during the Pahlavi era. But this freedom was not liked by Iranian men, even the intellectual lot. For instance, the new wave of cinema prior to ...  Read More

The effect of economic empowerment of women household heads on their social health

H. Ghajari; F. Hghparast

Volume 14, Issue 2 , March 2022, Pages 151-177

  Economic empowerment is one of the variables affecting women's social health in a society. The main purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between the dimension of economic empowerment and social health of female-headed households, especially among self-help and non-self-help groups ...  Read More