Studies in Humanities
Review and Development of New Topics in Education Economics

Farideh Mohammadkhani Orouji; Zahra Saeid

Volume 11, Issue 1 , January 2022, , Pages 21-34

  Adam Smith, the great economist of the world in the eighteenth century, with a proposal on the relationship between education and human capital, pioneered a debate that took more than 200 years to find its true place as a collection of scientific research and in the form of economics. Awareness of the ...  Read More

Deschooling from Religious Education in Islamic Republic of Iran: Possibility and Necessity?

Seyed Mahdi Sajjadi; Sareh Ansari

Volume 8, Issue 4 , October 2019, , Pages 369-382

  Nowadays negative implications of Globalization, the crisis of values, crisis of media, consumerism, and lack of cultural identification, impatience in the face of religion, virtual identification and loss of religious and traditional values are the main challenges confronting students. Besides transfer ...  Read More

The Impact of Organizational Factors of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) on CRM Adoption in Tax Affairs Organization of Tehran

Mandana Hashemi; Mir Mehrdad Peydaei; Abbas Khodadadi

Volume 7, Issue 3 , July 2018, , Pages 267-277

  The objective of the current study is the statement of the impact of organizational factors of customer relationship management (education-employee involvement-satisfaction) on CRM adoption in tax affairs organization. This research tries to evaluate the factors detected by the organization and offer ...  Read More

Case Study of Diagnosis and Treatment Analysis of Mathematical Disorder of a Pupil with Reference to an Approximate Reasoning Approach

Ali Sadaghati Rad; Marjan Saryazdi; Gholamreza Tabrizi

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2016, , Pages 200-205

  Background: Recent research has indicated that children suffering from specific learning disorders not only encounter a tragic fact of continuous separation in the educational system and in their classes but also face the peril of losing their self-confidence. Hence, such disorders may have a negative ...  Read More

Socio-Economic and Educational Changes of Muslim Minorities in Rural Area: a Sociological Study (With Special Reference to Davangere District, Karnataka)

G.B Narasimhamurthy; E. Chandrashekar

Volume 2, Issue 2 , April 2013, , Pages 92-96

  The Indian constitution is committed to the equality of citizens and the responsibility of the state preserve protect and assure the rights of minorities in the matter of language, religion and culture, that is why our national leaders while forming the constitution, emphasized the doctrine of unity ...  Read More

New Methods of Teaching and Its Role on Education Performance and Students Achievement

Zahra Moradi kor

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2013, , Pages 62-72

  It can be said that a good way of teaching can be assured of learning shows. An experienced teacher can use various teaching methods to achieve the highest possible level of education. Teachers must be allow to the students that achievement higher levels of learning. Collaboration in teaching methods ...  Read More

The Necessity of Giving Importance to and Revitalization of Composition Lesson in High School

Susan Fotouhi

Volume 1, Issue 3 , July 2012, , Pages 137-142

  Writing language, writing skill and writing profession have long been communication channel of humankind and of the means of social survival. Persian language and literature has received the highest degree of influence from Islam and has always looked at this topic as something of high position the aim ...  Read More