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1. The Role of Affective/Emotional Temperament in Predicting Readiness to Treatment and Symptoms Severity in Depressed Patients

Maryam Siyavash; Abbass Abolghasemi

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2017, Pages 1-10

Abstract
  The object of this study is to examine the influence of profit quality on wage cost of shareholders based on comparative approaches of high profit quality and low profit quality on accepted company is Tehran stock exchange. in order to achieve research targets ,we have used of 50companies information ...  Read More

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2. Investigate the Factors Associated with Tendency of Citizens to the Satellite with Approach uses and Satisfaction in Ardabil

Amirhasan Susaraie; Bahman Gharakhani

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2017, Pages 11-16

Abstract
  The purpose of this study was to examine the factors associated with tendency of citizens to the satellite with approach uses and satisfaction in Ardabil. The population consist of all people 18 years and older in Ardabil. 390 people were selected with multi-stage cluster sampling method. In this study ...  Read More

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3. The Role Of Intimacy and Communicative Dynamics in Predicted of Family Function in Women with Marital Conflict

Taraneh Ghaem Magami; Abbass Abolghasemi; Mojgan Niknam

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2017, Pages 17-22

Abstract
  The purpose of this study was to examine the role of intimacy and communicative dynamics in predicted of family function in women with marital conflict. This research is descriptive and correlational. The population consist of all women referred to counseling centers and dementia clinics in Tabriz. 120 ...  Read More

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4. Investigate the Role of Differentiation of Self in Predicted of Family Function in Women with Marital Conflict

Taraneh Ghaem Magami; Abbass Abolghasemi; Mojgan Niknam

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2017, Pages 23-27

Abstract
  The purpose of this study was to examine the role of  differentiation of self in predicted of family function in women with marital conflict. The population consist of all women referred to counseling centers and dementia clinics in Tabriz. 120 women were selected with sampling method. The students ...  Read More

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5. Analyzing of Several Factors on WOM and e-WOM with AMOS techniques (Case study: Isfahan city)

Elham Sadat Moosavizadeh

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2017, Pages 28-36

Abstract
  Improve more the business environment, creating a competitive environment; organizations are looking for new ways to increasing your profits. Thus knowing Methods like mouth (WOM) and electronic word-of-mouth (e-WOM) communication in which having a low price for the Organizations that it helps to improve ...  Read More

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6. The Effect of Management Ownership Adjustments and Its Changes on A Company’s Value

Najmeh Soleimani Dahaj; Mehdi Alinezhad Sarokolaei; Hossein Akbarifard

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2017, Pages 37-44

Abstract
  In recent decades, the effect of management ownership on a company’s value has been a fundamental and noteworthy subject in companies’ organization and financial researches. In the current research, the effect of management ownership adjustments and its changes on a company’s value ...  Read More

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7. Equality before the law from Imam Ali’s viewpoint

Hamid Reza Salehi

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2017, Pages 45-56

Abstract
  Equality, in fact, is the most fundamental issue in the Islamic worldview and one of the branches of the robust tree of Tawhid. Equality aims at eliminating discrimination and moving toward human ascendency. Therefore, this article mainly focuses on scrutinizing the basic and principal issues related ...  Read More

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8. An Investigation of the Effects of Organizational Citizenship Behavior on Customer Satisfaction in the Ministry of Education, Tehran 5th District

Manouchehr Jofreh; Seyed Sadegh Kazemi

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2017, Pages 57-64

Abstract
  Since the prospective companies in today's fiercely competitive space, no choice but to employ strategies that will lead to maximum absorption customers and sell products and services, today, customer satisfaction has become one of the main concerns of managers of enterprises and therefore subject to ...  Read More

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9. Feasibility Study of implementing Total Quality Managementin Shiraz Technical and Vocational Training Centers

Mohamad Jamei; Nader Shahamat; Hojatollah Fani

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2017, Pages 65-75

Abstract
  The purpose of this study is the feasibility of establishing Total Quality Management. The research method is survey type. The population of vocational training centers in Shiraz. The sample size was determined by conducting 85 patients included 69 males and 16 females. Data has been collected through ...  Read More

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10. Modeling Learning Approaches of Agriculture Students, in Two Cultural Contexts

M. Pouratashi; H. Movahed Mohammadi; A. Rezvanfar; S.M. Hosseini; Ch. Zhu

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2017, Pages 76-85

Abstract
  This study aimed to investigate and model psychological factors influencing learning approaches of agriculture students. A sample of 89 agricultural students from Tehran University (Iran) and 85 agricultural students from Flemish university (Belgium) participated in this study. Data were collected via ...  Read More