Unity of Knowledge and Human Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Rahman Paryad; Yahya Marofi

Volume 6, Issue 4 , November 2014, Pages 1-18


  Human life and its new requirements have made the specialization of sciences a must. However, from the beginning thecategories of knowledge could not make a clear boundary among different fields of sciences. Extra specialization along with the ...  Read More

The Feasibility of the Establishment of Sports Law’s Field in the Master Degree of Iran’s Universities

Masoud Naderian; Somayeh Rahbari

Volume 6, Issue 4 , November 2014, Pages 19-32


  In spite of the globalization phenomenon of sport, club development, private businesses and the scope of the Olympic movement,authority and rising influence of sports global organizations, it is necessary to establish a master’s degree in sports law’s Field?The overall goal of the research was the feasibility of the establishment of sports law’s Field in the master degree of Iran’suniversities from the perspective of faculty members of Law and Physical education departments in university of Isfahan, TehranShahid Beheshti in 2013(n=173). The type of research was descriptive and the qualitative research kind. The requiredinformation was collected through semi-organized interview. ...  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

Necessity of Future Study in Jurisprudence

Reza Ali Karami; Mohammad Keshavarzi

Volume 6, Issue 4 , November 2014, Pages 71-84


  Future study is a new interdisciplinary science that is classifying in part of the science and technology applications. Future study have introduced as a science and art of discovering and shaping the future. Till now future studies in various field soft technologies, economics, politics, and other various ...  Read More

Typology of Persian Poetry from the Perspective of Political Literature

Hamid Nassaj; Morteza Haji Mazdarani

Volume 6, Issue 4 , November 2014, Pages 85-122


  Among the various and different categories provided for the political thoughts in Islam and Iran, the emphasis is usually on political jurisdiction, political philosophy, political theology and Siyāsatnāma (Book of Government); but the most Iranian area of thinking in Islamic Iran must be sought in ...  Read More

International Law vs International Relations; An Interdiciplinary Analysis on Reputations

Hadi Dadmehr

Volume 6, Issue 4 , November 2014, Pages 123-145


  The necessity of establishing the scientific relationship between the two fields of international relations (IR) and international law (IL) has been ignored for years in Iran. Prior to the presidency of Hassan Rouhani, the Iranian students were banned from any kind of interdeciplinary study In spite ...  Read More