Institutional trust, Public Universities and Political Socialization in the Islamic Republic of Iran

M.B. Khoramshad; F. Souri

Volume 11, Issue 2 , April 2019, Pages 1-30

  In this paper, we try to examine the relationship between the three concepts of institutional trust, university, and political socialization. Institutional trust is one of the most important assets and needs of each institution to advance its functions. On the other hand, one of the most important functions ...  Read More

Sociological Analysis on Social Structures of the Education Field; Case Study of Education field in Iran

F. Mohammadi

Volume 11, Issue 2 , April 2019, Pages 31-63

  This article attempts to explain the extent to which social actors in the field of education have the size and composition of cultural and economic capital? How can the structure of the training field be drawn based on the size and composition of capital under the ownership of social actors? And finally, ...  Read More

The Sociological Study of the Process of Professional Identity Formation in Doctoral Students of Social Sciences in Iran

G. Jafari; A. Sedighian Bidgoli; A. Vedadhir

Volume 11, Issue 2 , April 2019, Pages 65-101

  Professional identity refers to a process that answers the question "who am I" during One has been studying for years at university. The PhD is the latest stage in the development of this kind of identity that has a great bearing on the career path of individuals. The present article attempts to test ...  Read More

Problematization of Iranian Discourse of Education and the Beginning of Discursive Conflict over Education in Qajar Era

S. Absalan

Volume 11, Issue 2 , April 2019, Pages 103-128

  This research attempts to study how the discourse of education became problematic in Iran. Apart from investigating the conflicts over such a problem, we will face a consequent question: when the educational system came to be a problem and an object of though? Such a question is the result of a different ...  Read More

A Pathologic Study of Knowledge-based Empowering Challenges between Humanities Faculty Members of Tabriz University

A. Hamdipour; R. Zavaraqi; S. Moradi

Volume 11, Issue 2 , April 2019, Pages 129-150

  Using descriptive survey method. The population of the study was 204 faculty members of humanities, the 78 members among them selected as sample population using the aim of this study is exploratory factor analysis of the knowledge management implementation challenges from the perspective of the humanities, ...  Read More

Codification of the Principles and Basics of Designing Higher Educational Spaces with an Emphasis on the Cultural and Social Factors

B. Dariush; S. Jalili Sadrabad; N. Taghavian; Sh. Mohammadi Oujan

Volume 11, Issue 2 , April 2019, Pages 151-181

  Artificial space and environment play important roles in the formation of identity, intellectual and cultural structure and the lifestyle of the individuals and can influence the creation, intensification and/or reduction of their psychological and social problems. The present study has been prepared ...  Read More