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

Urban Planning
Voluntary Academic Services in Ultra-Disciplinary Milieus; An Action Research on Urban Planning in Iran

F. Samanpour; N. Barakpour; M. Maghsudi

Volume 11, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 33-64

  To learn participatory and pragmatic urban planning, students have to engage with the society in real and ultra-disciplinary settings. In some universities, such an opportunity is provided through provision of voluntary civil services. But this kind of services has not been included in the official programs ...  Read More

Humanities and Development
Studying the Influence of ICTs on Environmental Adaptation: A Quantitative Analysis of Environmental Activists’ Attitudes

H. Abdollahyan; Z. Asadi

Volume 11, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 65-99

  This paper addresses the issue of using ICTs to improve environmental standards of Iran.  The objective of this paper is to examine the impact of ICTs on Iranians’ environmental adaptation. The paper contributes to the production of knowledge in the area of promoting sustainable development ...  Read More

Social Media and Political Participation; Meta-analysis of Political Participation of Social Media Users

H. Khaniki; Y. Khojir

Volume 11, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 101-128

  This research aimed at analyzing research on "social media and political participation" in two levels of external and internal research, first of all, to examine the strengths and weaknesses of these studies and then compare them. In this meta-analysis, 17 research (9 external and 8 internal) were studied ...  Read More

Higher Education
Conceptual Necessities and Methodological Requirements in Academic Culture Studies

F. Asghari; A. Abbaspour; H. Rahimian; S. Ghiasi Nodooshan

Volume 11, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 129-164

  Studying the culture of every community, because of identity characteristics and borders distinguishing different communities, is one of the main requirements for understanding that community. Although researchers from different fields have carried out studies on the culture of university as an important ...  Read More

Higher Education
Political Ideonomy of Human Capital Theory and Extracting its Policy Implications in Higher Education

E. Habibi; A. Manouchehri; T. Miremadi; R. Mahdi

Volume 11, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 165-197

  The human capital theory has played an important role in the introduction and effectiveness of higher education in the development process. The purpose of this article is to study the human capital theory from the viewpoint of political thought and extract its policy implications in the realm of higher ...  Read More

Designing and Explaining the Model of Factors Affecting Performance in Market Orientation in the Technical and University of the Iran

F. Mohajerani; bahman hajipour; Sh. Azizi; A. Alem Tabriz

Volume 11, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 199-228

  The most important factor affecting university market practice is the employment of graduates in the market and, consequently, the improvement of market orientation. Marketing in the educational industry has a special relationship with the employment of graduates in the field of education. Identifying ...  Read More