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Scientific Research Manuscript Social Sciences and Communications
The Naturalistic Settings and Socially Construction of Peace and Friendship in the Iranian Nowruz Ritual

D. Gharayagh Zandi; S. Makouee

Volume 12, Issue 2 , July 2019, Pages 1-22


  As an Iranian tradition, the Nowruz ritual constituted based on the natural order and foundation. It may also be rooted in the social characteristics. Accordingly, it sets a context for peace and friendship in-between the human and the nature, as well as among the humans. The foundation is established ...  Read More

Scientific Research Manuscript Art and Aestetics
Reflection of the National Culture and Identity in the City’s Visual Identity: A Case Study of Tehran Subway Murals

A. Mahmoodi; M. Hasanpour; S. Khataie

Volume 12, Issue 2 , July 2019, Pages 23-66


  Murals are a kind of environmental graphic designs which in addition to adding to the environment’s beauty play a significant role in shaping the visual identity of the cities and due to their structural features are widely used in subway stations. Metro environment is one of the most crowded places ...  Read More

Scientific Research Manuscript Sociology
An analysis on the Effective Attitudinal development of Social Interactions among the Members of the new Spiritual SecT of Faradarmani

N. Jaberian; A. Rabiei; H. Mohaddesi; M.J. Zahedi Mazandarani

Volume 12, Issue 2 , July 2019, Pages 67-100


  The current study is an attempt to analyze the attitudinal developments that have occurred in the social transactions of the members of the so-called Psymentology spiritual group. The study is a descriptive one and has been conducted according to the principles of the Grounded Theory on fourteen current ...  Read More

Scientific Research Manuscript Cultural Studies
The Role of Ritual Tourism in Preserving Hossein's Mourning Culture; Case Study of Masouleh Town

H. Beigi

Volume 12, Issue 2 , July 2019, Pages 101-131


  Religious rituals and mourning ceremonies are amongst the most important resources of reaching identity intellectual ruts and the lifestyle by the individuals who collectively exercise and continue them in a certain region. Hosseini mourning ritual ceremony, in Masuleh Residential Estate, is the performance ...  Read More

Scientific Research Manuscript Cultural Studies
The Lived Experience of the Nowdeshah’s Frontiersmen of the Border Phenomenon

S. Fotuhi; N. Fazeli

Volume 12, Issue 2 , July 2019, Pages 133-152


  The present study phenomenologicaly examines and analyzes the lived experience of the Nowdeshah’ borderline residences. Based on a thematic analysis, four dimensions of the lived experiences studied are identified consisting of the cultural, environmental, economic and political experiences.  In ...  Read More

Scientific Research Manuscript Sociology
Qualitative Analysis of the Identity Resources of Hawrami People

E. Fayaz; E. Nercisyans; A. Naderi; N. Babasafari

Volume 12, Issue 2 , July 2019, Pages 153-181


  The ethno-cultural region of Hawraman encounters a multiple and complex combination of identity sources which its understanding calls for deep and contextual investigation. Applying a qualitative approach, the present study attempts to discuss the identity sources of Hawrami people. To these end, a half-structured ...  Read More

Scientific Research Manuscript Sociology
Socio-Political Construction of Tribe and Representation of Legitimate Mechanisms of Power: Case Study of Qashqai Tribe

A. Nazari; M. Yazdanpanah

Volume 12, Issue 2 , July 2019, Pages 183-210


  The nomadic structure of the Qashqai tribe has an ancient history that has continued for nomadic life. The system had its own administrative political organization, which was shaped by nomadic living conditions and nomadic. At the head of this tribal system, there was a monk named Ilkhani, from the beginning ...  Read More