Volume 16 (2024)
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)
Critique of photography as rereading of the historical matter

M. Hasanpur

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2024, , Pages 5-34


  The connection between photography and history as the most important emerging interdisciplinary issue of the 19th century has been direct but challenging. The characteristics of both disciplines are present in cross-sectional recording of time, emphasis on the objectivity of time (historical text, and ...  Read More

The reflection of anger, violence, and death resulting from the dominance of the shadow archetype in postmodern Persian poetry

Sakineh Hozhabr Lake; K. Jalili Kohne Shahri; ahmad Reza Nazari charvadeh

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2024, , Pages 35-59


  Postmodern poetry can be considered a suitable reference for archetypal studies due to the features of revealing and deconstructing verbal topics. Considering the frequency of words, combinations, and phrases related to anger, violence, and death in postmodern Persian poetry, the present research attempts ...  Read More

Relations between higher education system and gender: Life experience in single-sexAlzahra University

S. Pourkhazai; G. Mehran; P. Ahmadi; F. Adli

Volume 15, Issue 4 , October 2024, , Pages 145-169


  For several decades, countries around the world have recognized the significance of development in attaining human excellence, eradicating inequality, and establishing social justice. They have prioritized the pursuit of development goals as the focal point of their macro policies. Since women constitute ...  Read More

The transtheoretical modeling of the constructivist-interpretative paradigm in explaining the environmental issues

S. Tahmasebi; M.J. Zahedi Mazandarani; S. Salehi

Volume 16, Issue 1 , January 2024, , Pages 5-36


  As an interdisciplinary subject, the study of the environment requires an integrated approach. As a matter of fact, a number of thinkers in this field have used the constructivist approach to study the environmental issues because this emphasizes the role of social factors along with technical and ecological ...  Read More

Utilization of social capital for meaning-based conservation of historical-cultural places

E. Abizadeh; S. Ghadimzadeh

Volume 16, Issue 1 , January 2024, , Pages 67-91


  Historical-cultural places carry a significance that extends beyond their physical attributes; they embody social relationships and values that are important in defining their meaning. Considering this, they require conservation alongside attention to interdisciplinary approaches. Meanwhile, a major ...  Read More

Providing models for socialization of educational spaces relying on the Constructivism Approach and production of space

R. Nikravesh; G. Islami; J. Sabernejad; A. Kalantari

Volume 15, Issue 2 , April 2023, , Pages 35-62


  This research focuses on the expansion of educational spaces compatible with the teacher-centered method that has caused the lack of improvement of these spaces with the student-oriented instruction methods. The hypothesis is that by applying constructivist approaches and theories of social production ...  Read More

Text, writing and literacy: An interdisciplinary approach to text and writing in the academic culture

J. Rahmani; M. Shykhan

Volume 15, Issue 2 , April 2023, , Pages 159-168


  The current paper examines and conceptually analyzes the issue of academic text and writing through an interdisciplinary approach. It also takes into account various models and theories in conceptualizing text, writing and literacy in the academic writing domain, with an special emphasis on meaning-making ...  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

Literary Criticism and Interdisciplinary Studies in Iran with a Closer Look at the Book Literary Theory and Criticism: An Interdisciplinary Textbook

A. Shakeri; M. Farahmandfar

Volume 13, Issue 2 , April 2021, , Pages 61-87


  Literary Theory and Criticism: An Interdisciplinary Textbook is written by Hossein Payendeh as a university textbook for master's degree course in Persian language and literature. It was first published in two volumes in 2018 by SAMT publications. Given the global importance of interdisciplinary studies ...  Read More

The role of imagination in Iranian literature and painting with emphasis on Metaphor; An interdisciplinary study

Z. Rajabi; A. Fahiifar

Volume 13, Issue 2 , April 2021, , Pages 89-119


  The inner connection of Persian poetry and literature with painting, which shows commonality in imagination and images, has caused these two domains to have deep attachment and provide a common language and expression to describe forms and meanings of the imaginary world. Iranian poets and painters have ...  Read More

The nature of project finance; Identification of hierarchy in the chain of the contracts and co-ordination and reconsideration of the diverse interests

S. Kasnavi; S. N. Ebrahimi; M. Bagheri

Volume 13, Issue 2 , April 2021, , Pages 149-176


  Financing sources used in infrastructure project is not merely equity capital, it is rather more debt capital. One of the most practical method in this regard is project finance. Because of two inherent characteristics of project finance- high leverage and non-recourse - it's necessary to consider special ...  Read More

Religion and the Realization of Organizational Citizenship Behavior: A Case Study on Students of Farhangian University

S. M. Emami Meibodi; A. Ashtari

Volume 11, Issue 3 , April 2020, , Pages 31-47


  A university based on a hundred-year history of teacher training centers was founded in the year 2000 under the name of "Farhangian University that the purpose is to provide, train and empower the teachers and staff of the Ministry of Education to provide exemplary citizenship to the community and nurture ...  Read More

The Role of Mental Structures on Iran Development Program Realization

H. Afrakhteh

Volume 11, Issue 3 , April 2020, , Pages 49-74


  Iran have the longest history of development program among the under developing countries, but it is still a developing country. None of the country development programs including before and after the revolution, has reached its economic goals. Nowadays, the country has not suitable development position ...  Read More

A theory of interdisciplinarity; Introduction and report of a research

M. Bahrani

Volume 12, Issue 1 , January 2020, , Pages 1-28


  The interdisciplinary approach is a post-development approach. It introduces the idea-norm of responsibility as the teleost of education and research. Without this inter-teleos, all the modern values would be in risk of corruption. But the responsibility itself has limitations. The phenomenological hermeneutics ...  Read More

Applying Skinner's methodology to the interpretation of texts of historiography and history of Iranian-Islamic thought

A.H. Hatami

Volume 12, Issue 1 , January 2020, , Pages 29-54


  Texts of the History of Ideas according to their focus on the mentality of thinkers and theorists of the past have different content and nature than other historiographical texts. Because the mentality of any thinker is influenced by various political, social, historical, economic, religious, philosophical, ...  Read More

The Study of Sadegh Hedayat's Documentary and Story Works from the Point of View of Biological Anthropology based on Interdisciplinary Studies

M. Sajedi Rad; S. Naderi

Volume 12, Issue 1 , January 2020, , Pages 83-109


  Sadegh Hedayat, a contemporary name-writer who achieved fame by presenting a novel way in fiction, relying on biological anthropology to retain his unique content, a collection of essays such as: Myths of Creation" Fathers of Man”, “Turkish Salt”, and “Darkroom” can be counted ...  Read More

A Qualitative Meta-analysis on Occupation Status of Graduates in Iran

F. Mansourian Ravandi; M. Ganji; N. Nikkhah Ghamsari

Volume 12, Issue 1 , January 2020, , Pages 145-172


  During the recent years, despite numerous studies conducted in the field of occupation of graduates in the Iran, several dimensions have still remained unknown; hence, conducting a qualitative meta-analysis in this field could reveal the methodological and content characteristics of these studies and ...  Read More

History of ideas of interdisciplinarity: Transition from an idealistic,iIntegrative approach to a pragmatic, problem-solving one

Gh. Darzi

Volume 11, Issue 4 , July 2019, , Pages 1-32


  Interdiaciplinarity is one of the most significant phenomena of our time, but it is not an easy task to come up with a coherent and precise definition. Evidently,the reason is the wide variety of opinion among the experts in this field. A historical approach toward the most practical definitions of interdisciplinarity ...  Read More

The necessity and feasibility of interdisciplinarity in pre-academic education, the collage of the future of schools

M. Taheri Demneh; Z. Heidari Darani

Volume 11, Issue 4 , July 2019, , Pages 69-99


  Apart from the fact that the conceptualization and application of interdisciplinary fields are still in midway, most studies in this field have focused on f the university and paid attention to the necessity of establishing an interdisciplinarity at the university. However, academic experience has shown ...  Read More

The Evolution of the Typology of Interdisciplinary Research: A Historical-genealogical Study

A. Motamedi; M. Yamani Doozi Sorkhabi; A. Khorsandi Taskoh; M. Arefi

Volume 11, Issue 1 , June 2019, , Pages 1-32


  Interdisciplinary research has been developing dramatically in the recent two decades. Reviewing the related literature shows that such research is very important in terms of its methodology and typology. This study aims to compare, describe, and determine different categories of interdisciplinary research ...  Read More

Metaphor and interdisciplinarity: Explaining the metaphors application in the interdisciplinary research

ghasem darzi

Volume 10, Issue 2 , April 2018, , Pages 1-26


  Analogy and metaphor are among figures of speech and play an important role in explaining the complexity. Even though metaphors often are considered among figures of speech but in recent modern years have been used in Scientific discoveries. So we could consider metaphors as a key instrument for removing ...  Read More

The Need to Concentrate on Interdisciplinary in Science Classification Systems and Library-Bibliographical Classification Schemas: A Switch from Classical Logic to Fuzzy Logic

M. Cheshmehsohrabi; F. Zarmehr

Volume 10, Issue 2 , April 2018, , Pages 55-79


  Classical classification with two-value logic is the basis of most of the classification schemes, while with the emergence of interdisciplinary sciences, this has become challenging in properly determining their stance in the classification of science. The method adopted in this study is analytic consisting ...  Read More

Field of Education as an Irreducible Functional Affair: Analysis of the Field of Education Position in the Field of Power in Iran

F. Mohammadi; M. Noghani; M. Kermani; K. Khaleghpanah

Volume 10, Issue 2 , April 2018, , Pages 81-116


  Organizations, community groups, elites, and government policies in many ways influence the process of future construction, while they are heavily influenced by various scholars. Based on the theories of social status and socialization, and the policy model for the elite of the masses, the future is ...  Read More

Growing Interdisciplinarity: An Overview of the Evolution of the Field of Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy Research

T. Miremadi

Volume 10, Issue 1 , January 2018, , Pages 1-25


  Here we present an overview of the theoretical evolution of the field of Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy (STIP) research and its implications on the progressive evolution from a single discipline of Neo-classical economics to an interdisciplinary research field with critical and reflective ...  Read More

Imperative Participation of Private Sector in Solving Water Crisis: The Role of Transnational Enterprises in Implementation of Right to Water as an Economic and Social Right

N. Rahmannasab Amiri; A. Pourezzat

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2017, , Pages 91-112


  The crisis in global natural water will be an issue of concern in this century for several reasons. Some of them are population growth, climate changes and specifically unsustainable use of water resources that makes provision of safe drinking water one of the most important global concerns. As one of ...  Read More