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)
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

Quraanic Sciences
Investigation on the Effect of the Moderate Consumption on the Poverty Alleviation in the Family Based on Interdisciplinary Studies

M. Najafi; M.A. Lessani Fesharaki

Volume 10, Issue 3 , June 2018, , Pages 171-192


  The holy Quran as the eternal miracle of the prophet of Islam (PBUH) requires an accurate understanding, in order to receive human life approaches which are not possible except through interdisciplinary studies. On the one hand humanistic sciences such as economy have not gained full credit and success ...  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

Architecture Reading from the Political Thoughts' Perspective

H. Nassaj; M. Soltani

Volume 9, Issue 2 , April 2017, , Pages 57-84


  Upheavals which occurred in western architecture in terms of different buildings, external and internal facades, decorations and garnitures, public and private spaces, materialfrom the ancient until the end of the 20th century, represent the undeniable role of politics and political thoughts in these ...  Read More

Structural Narratology and Interdisciplinary Studies

A. Mohammadi Kalesar

Volume 8, Issue 1 , March 2016, , Pages 1-20


  The aim of this paper is to investigate the relationship between structural narratology and interdisciplinary studies. We will try to answer two main questions: What factors have been effective in narratology’s orientation toward interdisciplinary studies? Is this tendency the result of a possibility ...  Read More

The Role and Status of Interdisciplinary Studies in the Development of the Humanities in Iran

A. A. Ghasemi; R. Emami Meibodi

Volume 7, Issue 4 , December 2015, , Pages 1-19


  Interdisciplinary studies can play a pivotal role in the growth and development of sciences, especially the humanities. In the present article, through semi-structured interviews with some experts and thinkers in Iran and the content analysis of their ideas, attempt is made to answer these questions: ...  Read More

Theological Requirements for Interdisciplinary Research on the Qur’an; Based on Epistemology, Terminology and Methodology

H. Shojaei; A. Musallaipour; S. Asadbeygi

Volume 7, Issue 4 , December 2015, , Pages 21-44


  The direct bond between the Qur’an and Muslims’ beliefs is one of the important factors, considered to result in a kind of exclusivism in conducting research on the Qur’an on the part of religious scholars in the Islamic tradition of studying the Qur’an. Due to this kind of control, ...  Read More

Challenges of Doing Cultural Studies and its Future

A. Kazemi; M. Hoseini

Volume 7, Issue 2 , May 2015, , Pages 57-79


  In the present article the challenges of doing cultural studies, as an interdisciplinary field, have been discussed. We conducted this research through individual interviews and focused group interviews with university graduates and Iranian experts on cultural studies. First, we present the lived experiences ...  Read More

The Role of Cultural Translation in Interdisciplinary Studies; with the Emphasis on the Cultural Semiotics Patterns

Ghasem Darzi; Ahmad Pakatchi

Volume 6, Issue 4 , November 2014, , Pages 33-49


  Cultural translation is one of the most important Linguistic necessities of interdisciplinary studies in which its purpose is matching the cultural themes of variant disciplines. Cultural semiotics has tree models for this purpose: Cultural Other, Semiosphere ...  Read More

Educational Linguistics as an Interdisciplinary Research Domain

Bahman Zandi

Volume 6, Issue 4 , November 2014, , Pages 51-70


  The broadest language realm is the realm in which language is connected with the domains outside itself. In this scale, language has an impact on some of the environmental factors and receives influence from some of them. One of the most important of these areas is the domain of education. In this article, ...  Read More

Four Narrations of Understanding the Interdisciplinary Studies

Shoja Ahmadvand; Somayeh Hamidi

Volume 6, Issue 1 , March 2014, , Pages 31-54


  Does everyone have the same understanding of interdisciplinary studies? Today, there is almost consensus among scholars and pundits on the necessity of interdisciplinary studies. Unlike a few decades ago, there is no longer interest of independence of the humanities areas. These areas are complex, and ...  Read More

Poetry Functions as an interdisciplinary field

Hamid Nassaj

Volume 6, Issue 1 , March 2014, , Pages 79-99


  Although the interdisciplinary as a scientific concept does not have a long history, but as a research procedure, has a long history as of research itself. The question this paper poses is that whether interdisciplinary is a specific area of the Western culture or has a track record in the East and especially ...  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

Theoretical Framework in Interdisciplinary Studies; Case Study: Theoretical application of Political Thought in Cinematic Studies

Abbas Manoochehri; Saied Mohsen Alavi pour

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2013, , Pages 53-75


  In order to make the combination of different approaches in different disciplines possible, interdisciplinary studies need to be founded on a clear theoretical framework in which explorer’s mistake could be decreased. Thus, it is necessary to apply theoretical framework of the original discipline ...  Read More

Neurolinguistics , An interdisciplinary Field in Linguistics

Firoze Asghari; Bahman Zandi

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2013, , Pages 77-99


  Relationship among different sciences to respond to specific questions that a science can not solve alone, pushes the scientific world to the emergencing of new interdisciplinary courses .As a result, Linguistics as a science that studies about language(which is a complex human, social and cognitive ...  Read More

Facilities of Interdisciplinary Approach to Study the Formation of Political Thoughts

Moslem Abasi; Narges Tajik

Volume 5, Issue 1 , January 2013, , Pages 17-37


  Political thought is ideas about how to organize the political aspect of the human life. Because of the different aspects of human affairs, interdisciplinary approach will be more useful to understand and study political ...  Read More

Interdisciplinary Learning in Universities with Emphasis on the Experience of Iran

Hosein Ebrahimabadi

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2012, , Pages 41-67


  Establishing and expanding the Interdisciplinary Higher Education has been one the major concerns and programs of the Ministry of Science between 1385 and 1388. A brief look at the programs, activities and results of establishing and expanding the “Interdisciplinary Higher Education” plan ...  Read More

A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of Challenges and motivations of Interdisciplinary Studies Implying on Interdisciplinary Methodology

Mahdi Fatehrad; Mohammad Reza Jalilvand; Monireh Mohammadzade

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2012, , Pages 85-111


  Purpose, although literature has focused on explaining theoretical background in the area of interdisciplinary studies, a few empirical studies has paid attention to the main reasons of performing interdisciplinary projects. To fill the research gap, current study tries to identify challenges and motivations ...  Read More

Converging Way of Scientific Disciplines in Interdisciplinary Studies

Mohammad Reza Hatami; Hamed Roshan Chashm

Volume 3, Issue 4 , October 2011, , Pages 45-60


  Contemporary developments in recent decades have led researchers and research institutes to focus on collaborativeand interdisciplinarystudies. Due to holistic necessary in understanding the problems and the complexityand multi-dimensionality nature of the issues which the researchers are faced, the ...  Read More

Political Science: an Interdisciplinary Project

Ebrahim Barzagar; Saied Ebrahim Sarparastsadat

Volume 3, Issue 1 , January 2011, , Pages 21-46


  The present article is the result of a research concern in the philosophy of science in which ontological, epistemological and methodological questions about interdiscilinariness and political science are posed and examined. With this outlook, this article focuses on the question whether political science ...  Read More

Application of good governance for nation building in light of interdisciplinary studies

Aliasghar Pourezzat; Ghazale Taheriattar

Volume 3, Issue 1 , January 2011, , Pages 173-193


  In the most excellent attitude, the aim of nation-building is to form a wise nation. Achieving this important aim requires utilizing varied studies and specialties which makes it necessary to use interdisciplinary studies. These are studies which continuously actualize an evolving nation’s notion ...  Read More

The Necessity for Interdisciplinary Studies and the New Prospects for Law and Economics in Islam (Case study of Coase Theorem, Transaction Costs)

Mohammad Javad Sharifzade; Elyas Naderan

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2010, , Pages 1-29


  The publication of “The Problem of Social Cost” by Ronald Coase in the 1960s shaped a turning point in the interdisciplinary studies between economics and other related disciplines. The pre-coasian economic theories –which mostly belonged to neo-classical school - place no importance ...  Read More

A Conceptual model for interdisciplinary in economics

Morteza Derakhshan; Mohammad hosein Mottaghizade

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2010, , Pages 89-116


  The purpose of this article is to suggest and apply a conceptual model which is appropriate to recognizing the effective force in economic decision making of humans. This article also illustrate that recognition of effective forces in economic decision making of human beings, is based on interdisciplinary ...  Read More

Negligence of Institutions: It’s Causes and Consequences on Interdisciplinary Studies in Economics

Mahmood Motavaseli; Mahmood MashhadiAhmad; Ali Nikoonesbati

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2010, , Pages 141-159


  The elimination of institutions from economic analysis can be thought of as the most important cause in making economics as a separate science. The direct result of this step, which shows the desire of mainstream economics to follow physics in order to get the merit of "science" by wearing mathematical ...  Read More

Innovation in Interdisciplinary Programs in Humanities in Iran A Case-Study of Imam Sadiq University (ISU)

MohammadHassan Khani

Volume 2, Issue 2 , April 2010, , Pages 43-66


  Imam Sadiq University was established as a non-governmental academic institution in Iran in 1982 aiming at combining certain branches of Humanities with Islamic studies. In this article the author tries to evaluate the success and failure of declared aims of the ISU founders to make Islamic Studies not ...  Read More