Volume 17 (2024)
Volume 16 (2023)
Volume 15 (2022)
Volume 14 (2021)
Volume 13 (2020)
Volume 12 (2019)
Volume 11 (2018)
Volume 10 (2017)
Volume 9 (2016)
Volume 8 (2015)
Volume 7 (2014)
Volume 6 (2013)
Volume 5 (2012)
Volume 4 (2011)
Volume 3 (2010)
Volume 1 (2008)
Dual Globalizations and Intercultural Sensitivities

Saeid Reza Ameli; Hamideh Mowlaei

Volume 2, Issue 2 , July 2009, Pages 1-29


  This article aimed to investigate the intercultural sensitivities between Sunnite Turkmen groups and Shiite groups in Golestan province of Iran through considering the most important factors influenced it. The intercultural development inventory (IDI), which designed according to Milton Bennet's the ...  Read More

Genealogy of Religious Experience in Studies of religiosity

Alireza Shojaeezand

Volume 2, Issue 2 , July 2009, Pages 31-47


  As a fascinating issue for the scholars in Religion Studies, religious experience has a long-lasting theological and social background in Christianity and Occidental history which has caused to the present increasing attention to the matter. However, as other concepts ad categories, its development in ...  Read More

IRIB’s Religious and Non-religious Programs and their Impacts on Religiosity Levels

Azam Ravadrad

Volume 2, Issue 2 , July 2009, Pages 49-77


  This paper attempts to study the correlation between IRIB’s Religious and Non-religious programs, and the levels of religiosity in Iran. Accordingly, I would firstly explain the key concepts as religious program, non-religious program, religious broadcasting, and Ideological broadcasting; then, ...  Read More

Studying Religiosity in Iran

Mehdi Faraji; Abbas Kazemi

Volume 2, Issue 2 , July 2009, Pages 79-95


  The present study attempts to illustrate transformations in religiosity in Iran in last three decades. Leaning on the survey data in last three decades in Iran, we attempt to explain the transformation of religiosity among Iranian adults, youth, men, and women respectively; in addition to the degree ...  Read More

Theory of Co-culture and Co-cultural Groups:

Hasan Bashir; Mohammad Reza Rohani

Volume 2, Issue 2 , July 2009, Pages 97-123


  Increasing presence of Islam all over the world is an undeniable truth, and not only Muslims, but also other people endorse this truth. In the USA, like other countries, a Muslim minority has appeared which is in interaction, or even in confrontation, with the hegemonic majority. Among the intercultural ...  Read More

Religious Identity and Youth;

Abdolhossein Kalanatari; Djalil Azizi; Said Zahed Zahedani

Volume 2, Issue 2 , July 2009, Pages 125-141


  According to its nature and intent, religious identity is almost the most important part of human identity and plays a determinant role in the process of identity-building in the society. It could be said that enforcement of this identity would guide to the stability of other parts of human identity ...  Read More

Socratic Confrontation with Athens: an Interpretation

Narges Tajik; Hatam Qaderi

Volume 2, Issue 2 , July 2009, Pages 143-160


  Impiety was one of the two charges against Socrates. As a civil religion (within which politics and religion are mutually intertwined) was the then-dominated religion in Athens, impiety was regarded as a civil laws violation. Thus, charge of impiety, as a political subversion, might lead Socrates to ...  Read More

Islamic Revolution: a Civilization-building Revolution; Iranian University:

Mohammad Baqer Khorramshad; Ali Adami

Volume 2, Issue 2 , July 2009, Pages 161-188


  Islamic Revolution and the consequent Islamic state in Iran have revived Iranian-Islamic civilization’s discourse in a modern form which is rooted in both Iranian and Islamic ancient civilizations. Post-revolutionary Iran, as an obviously determinant country in this civilizational field, which ...  Read More

Archaeology of Human Sciences in Postcolonial Discourse

Moslem Abbasi; Masood Ariayinia

Volume 2, Issue 2 , July 2009, Pages 189-212


  In 1985 Gayatri Spivak, criticizing western academic communities, proposed this question that “Can the subaltern speak? “ The answer to this question necessitates the consideration of humanities and any kinds of discourse which bring about subalterns. Postcolonial discourse as a critical, ...  Read More