Original Article
1. Determining the Strategy of Maintaining Minor Stockholders Rights Based on Firm Governance

Fateme Dashti Marvili; Ali Esmaelzadeh Maghari; Mostafa Kholdi

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2013, Pages 83-91

Abstract
  The present research aims investing ate the strategy of maintaining minor stockholders rights based on firm governance which was carried out in stock firms in 2011-2012. The research population was the accounting lecturers and the managers of stock firms among which 172 samples were chosen by Chockran ...  Read More

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2. 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 , Spring 2013, Pages 92-96

Abstract
  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

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3. The Effect of Co-Teaching on Improving EFL Learner's Reading Comprehension

Fateme Moradian Fard; Elahe AghaBabaie

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2013, Pages 97-107

Abstract
  This study aimed at examining whether co-teaching strategy could maximize EFL students' reading comprehension more than the traditional single person teaching. To fulfill the study, 90 female students were selected from among 120 students of intermediate EFL learners already passed level five at two ...  Read More

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4. Study of Victimization؛Causation and Explanation About Efficiency of Codes of the Elderlies in Iranian Criminal Law

Hesam Abbasi

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2013, Pages 108-117

Abstract
  Victimization is often caused by several factors such as poor physical and mental health, emotional imbalances, lack of social status and lack of environmental care, but some people’s offence is because of their physical, psychological and the other physiological characteristics more than the others. ...  Read More

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5. The Effects of Financial Management Practices and Their Role in Economical Development and Organizational Performance

Zahra Kharazmi; Mohammad Teymouri

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2013, Pages 118-122

Abstract
  This study investigates the effects of financial management practices and their role in economical development and organizational performance. Economic environment is changing rapidly and this change is characterised by such phenomena as the globalization, changing customer and investor demands, ever-increasing ...  Read More

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6. The Effectiveness of Macroeconomic Variables on Foreign Exchange Market

Mohammad Teymouri; Zahra Kharazmi

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2013, Pages 123-131

Abstract
  This study investigates the effects of macroeconomic variables and their role in development of foreign exchange market. The foreign exchange market is the mechanism by which a person of firm transfers purchasing power form one country to another, obtains or provides credit for international trade transactions, ...  Read More

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7. A Study of the Story of Bijan and Manijeh in Ferdowsi’s Shahnameh (The Epic of Kings)

Susan Fotoohi

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2013, Pages 132-140

Abstract
  Bijan and Manijeh is an independent, love story in Ferdowsi’s Shahnameh. The present paper aims at investigating this story, which is regarded as a love story through which Ferdowsi had initiated his epic, in terms of lingual, literary, intellectual, and psychological aspects. For this purpose, ...  Read More