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1. The Comparison of Emotional Processing and Self-compassion in Bully and Victim Students

Arezoo Fasihi; Abbas Abolghasemi

Volume 6, Issue 2 , Spring 2017, Pages 86-95

Abstract
  The present study was performed with the aim of comparing emotional processing and self-compassion in bully and victim students. It was a cross casual-comparative study. The population consisted all male and female bully and victim students of guidance schools in Ardabli city in the second semester of ...  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

Bahman Gharakhani

Volume 6, Issue 2 , Spring 2017, Pages 96-101

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. Role of Self-Regulation Behaviors in Predicting Treatment Readiness and Symptoms Severity in Depressed Patients

Maryam Siyavash; Abbass Abolghasemi

Volume 6, Issue 2 , Spring 2017, Pages 102-109

Abstract
  The aim of the present study was to determine the role of self-regulation behaviors in predicting treatment readiness and symptoms severity in depressed patients. It was a correlational study and its statistical population consisted all depressed patients referring to health centers of Rasht city in ...  Read More

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4. Investigating the Relationship between Decision Making Styles of Management and Organizational Health with Mediating role of Deviant Behavior of Staff (Case study: Ministry of Transportation

Aflatoon Amiri; Seyed Mohammad Samiei Kashi; Fatemeh Shahabinejad

Volume 6, Issue 2 , Spring 2017, Pages 110-117

Abstract
  The purpose of this study was to investigating the relationship between decision making styles of management and organizational health  with mediating role of deviant behavior of  staff . The population consist of 187 staff. The researcher obtained the data for the study from a sample of the ...  Read More

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5. Investigating the Relationship between Narcissistic Managers and Staff Performance with Mediating role of Political behavior (Case study: Integrated Tobacco of Golestan)

Aflatoon Amiri; Hossin Kharabi

Volume 6, Issue 2 , Spring 2017, Pages 118-125

Abstract
  The purpose of this study was to investigating the relationship between narcissistic managers and staff performance with mediating role of political behavior. The population consist of 174 staff. The researcher obtained the data for the study from a sample of the 119 staff of integrated tobacco of Golestan ...  Read More

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6. Ethics in the Occupational Engagement of Registry of Deeds and Real Estate

Soheila Irani

Volume 6, Issue 2 , Spring 2017, Pages 126-139

Abstract
  Today, professional ethics plays a strategic role in the future success of the organization and directed away from the organizations are highlyvulnerable. Inthe area of​​ profession a lethicspr of essional ethicsis applied that addresses the ethical responsibilities of words and letters, and also ...  Read More

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7. Philosophical Dualism in Hegel's Philosophy

Sattar Tahmasebi; Mehdi Dehbashi

Volume 6, Issue 2 , Spring 2017, Pages 140-146

Abstract
  The great German philosopher, Hegel established the magnificent foundation of his absolute Idealism, benefiting from Greek's Idealism, and criticizing and rejecting Kantian noumenon and based on the principle of identity of knowledge and being. He believed that dualism is the source of need to philosophy, ...  Read More

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8. Evaluation the Effect of Implementing Business Intelligence on Customer Relationship Management Success

Ali Reza Shahraki; Mohammad Reza Shahraki; Rahil Dejkam

Volume 6, Issue 2 , Spring 2017, Pages 147-160

Abstract
  Today, due to advances in information technology, improving management approaches and expansion of competitive markets, markets are overloaded with excess supply. These conditions have been lead to consider clients as the real rulers of the market. In this economic climate of customer-focused, organizations ...  Read More

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9. The Role of Religious Behaviors and Cultural Styles of Parents on Practical Obligation to Religious Believes in Students

Fereshteh Askari; Seyed Reza Balaghat; Ahmad Mirgol; Ali Farnam

Volume 6, Issue 2 , Spring 2017, Pages 161-167

Abstract
  General goal of the present research is to study role of religious behavior and parenting style of the parents in practical obligation of students toward religious beliefs in the third-year (female and male) students of Zahak County. The present research method is descriptive –correlative. Statistical ...  Read More

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10. Improvement of Critical Factors in Brand Development by Islamic Banking using QFD Model (Case study: Pasargad Bank, Kish Island Branch)

Arnoosh Poorhoseini

Volume 6, Issue 2 , Spring 2017, Pages 168-177

Abstract
  When there is no alternative for banking services, the customer, to make comparison, tend to use what they have available such as image or brand of the bank to decide for investment. Value equity is one of the most known and critical concepts of marketing, which is now one of the ongoing debates among ...  Read More