Pluri-Disciplinary; Against the Common Perception of Collaboration Among Disciplines

B. Shabani Varaki; A. Babadi

Volume 7, Issue 1 , March 2015, Pages 1-25

  There are numerous kinds of definitions and discourses of conceptualization for the collaboration among disciplines. Examining a wide range of the related texts represents various, divergent and also contradictory discourses back to this up. Carefully and critically examining the common perception of ...  Read More

The Paradigm of Critical Realism: Approach to an Interdisciplinary Methodology

M. A. Tavana

Volume 7, Issue 1 , March 2015, Pages 27-56

  The debate of method of recognition in humanities, social and nature science is one of the apprehensions of Scientists in Wisdom Domain –especially in the modern world. This apprehension, before all things was of appearing in the paradigm of methodoligical between the advocates of the paradigms ...  Read More

The Evolutions of the Transdisciplinary of Futures Studies: Case Study of America

Gh. Behroozi Lak; M. R. Jalilvand

Volume 7, Issue 1 , March 2015, Pages 57-94

  Futures Studies are transdiciplinary research field that explain social phenomena and change processes, and provide a broader perspective on them. Further, it develops various fields of human activity. Futures studies thematic territory is all sectors of culture, economics, politics, technology and the ...  Read More

Cinema as the Interdisciplinary Conjuncture of Political Thought and History

S. M. Alavipoor

Volume 7, Issue 1 , March 2015, Pages 95-117

  From the dawn of its history, cinema has been considered as a phenomenon in which different thoughts, among them the political, could be addressed. Indeed, many film-makers have presented various aspects of political norms and the good order of society through movies. However, this combination of the ...  Read More

A Comparison and Investigation of Frequency and Method of Interaction between the Writer and the Reader in Persian & English Teaching Texts

S. Esmaalizade; R. M. Sahraee

Volume 7, Issue 1 , March 2015, Pages 119-143

  The main goal of a writer, when he/she writes a text, is to draw the reader’s attention to the text, and to make them converge with it. Therefore, a reading text includes an interaction between the writer and the reader. This interaction in instructional texts leads to a better learning by the ...  Read More

Recognizing Genius loci in Designing Children’s Spaces, Due to the Phenomenological Ideas of Norberg-Schulz

R. Nikravesh; M. Ghasemi Sichani

Volume 7, Issue 1 , March 2015, Pages 145-172

  Christian Norberg- Schulz explained his ideas about the phenomenology of architecture, indebted to Martin Heidegger’s opinionsand believed that one of the main strategies for identification of the place is creating meaningful environments. Schulz can be considered as one of theorists who created ...  Read More

Modeling of Accounting Doctoral Thesis with Emphasis on Solution for Financial Problems

F. Mansoori; A. Saghafi; N. Mousapoor

Volume 7, Issue 1 , March 2015, Pages 173-207

  By passing the instruction period and increase of graduate students and also research budget, knowledge of accounting in Iran entered to the field of research in a way that number of accounting projects has been implemented in the real world. Because of that different experience in implementing the accounting ...  Read More