Components of Education Policy Theory of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Face of Cyberspace from the Perspective of Management and Executive Experts


Volume 7, Issue 27 , November 2021, , Pages 38-1

  The growth and expansion of cyberspace and the spread of its use, especially among children and adolescents, has caused a very serious concern for families and those in charge of education in the country in terms of how to deal with it. The widespread use of cyberspace by children and adolescents will ...  Read More

Conceptual Transformation in the Area of “Social Media”: A Scientometrics Meta-Analysis

Abdolhosein Kalantari; Abbas Ghanbari Baghestan

Volume 6, Issue 21 , April 2020, , Pages 85-112

  “Social Media” has emerged as new phenomenon in the scope of research and academia since 2005. Using Meta-Analysis (Scientometrics Approach) as a research method, the purpose of this study was to review over the past trends of Research & Development (R&D) in the area of “social ...  Read More

The Effects of Cyberspace on Humanities and Social Sciences

mortaza mardiha

Volume 5, Issue 20 , January 2020, , Pages 209-243

  Few spheres of personal, social, political, and even scientific life have not gone under changes after the advance of the Internet and other information and communication technologies. From the massive areas that have been influenced by the cyber world, our attention is drawn to the humanities and social ...  Read More

The Role of Cyberspace in Framing the Decisions of the Voters: A Study of the Tenth Majles Elections in Tehran

Mostafa Ghaffari Saravi

Volume 5, Issue 19 , October 2019, , Pages 191-226

  The central concern of this paper is to assess the role played by the cyberspace in the construction of decision making frames for voters. The cases studied are the election campaigns in Tehran - Iranian megalopolise and the Capital of Islamic Republic - during the tenth elections for the Majles (parliament). ...  Read More