Scientific Journal of Review

Scientific Journal of Review

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  • Publisher: Sjournals
  • Country of publisher: iran, islamic republic of
  • Date added to EuroPub: 2017/Feb/19

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  • LCC Subject Category: Biological Sciences, Computer and Information Science, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Mathematics
  • Publisher's keywords: Engineering, Mathematics, Computer and Information Science, Agricultural Science
  • Language of fulltext: english
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  • Open Access Statement: Yes
  • Year open access content began: 2012
  • Does the author retain unrestricted copyright? True
  • Does the author retain publishing rights? True

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This journal has '206' articles

Effectiveness of immunization programs against job stress with relaxation among the staff of Mahallat city

Effectiveness of immunization programs against job stress with relaxation among the staff of Mahallat city

Authors: F. Nequee*| Department of Psychology, Payame Noor University, IRAN., M. Rezaee| Department of Psychology, Payame Noor University, IRAN.
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This research studies effectiveness of immunization programs against job stress with relaxation among the staffs. This study is pre-posttest quasi experimental with control groups, which conducted on 40 subjects among different offices in Mahallat City. These subjects after accomplishing inventories acquire higher score than slice point and randomly divided to two equal experimental with control groups. Interventions were consisting of immunization program against stress, in a workshop with 6 days and 3 hours during a week that was conducted for the experimental group. Data gathering tool was Krishna job stress that was applied in two steps-before intervention and after sixth session as well as follow-up session 30 days after workshop end.It is notable that higher scores indicate higher job stress. Data were performed based on 19 SPSS software and descriptive statistical analysis of covariance.Findings of recent study show that in two control and experimental groups, which were equal for job stress before intervention, after intervention job stress level significantly reduced in experimental group, and it reserved after a month.So we can conclude that employees' job stress inoculation training was effective, and it is reduced.

Keywords: Stress, Immunization program against, Relaxation exercises, Staff
Diet for pregnant women from the viewpoint of Islam and Islamic culture

Diet for pregnant women from the viewpoint of Islam and Islamic culture

Authors: F. Ghaderi| Department of Social Science, Payam Noor University, Arak, IRAN.
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Abstract

In this study, the researcher intends to review traditional beliefs related to dietary habits of women during pregnancy and delivery from the viewpoint of Islam; what kinds of foods, it knows, are harmful to pregnant women, and also how much is the impact of religious thoughts on nutrition, health and hygiene during pregnancy; in the end, what the researcher attends to is the resulting effect and changes in people’s thinking in the field of pregnant women’s nutrition created as a result of cultural, social and economic changes as well as understanding of some applied aspects of traditional health and nutrition study and its beliefs in order to promote the level of community health which is effective in representing some part of community health culture and more enrichment of people’s culture.

Keywords: Diet, Pregnancy period, The islamic perspective, Culture
The study of diet for pregnant women in the city of Arak

The study of diet for pregnant women in the city of Arak

Authors: F. Ghaderi| Department of Social Science, Payam Noor University, Arak, IRAN.
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Abstract

The life cycle begins with the pregnancy that no primary person has detailed scientific knowledge of its nature; this is why civilized people, only in the recent century, have acquired information from genetics, and there are still a lot of things they must learn (Farokhnia, 2002, P.71). In this regard, the researcher intends to review traditional beliefs related to dietary habits of women during pregnancy and delivery in Arak, the center of Central Province, and what is attended to by the researcher in the study is what kinds of food people of this region recommend the pregnant women; what kinds of food are harmful to the pregnant women; how much is the impact of religious thoughts on nutrition, health and hygiene during pregnancy; and also what prayers people of this region recommend the pregnant women during pregnancy. In the following, customs held during pregnancy and delivery as the manifestation of thoughts of people of the region are taken into account; and in the end, what the researcher attends to is the resulting effect and changes in people’s thinking in the field of the pregnant women’s nutrition created due to cultural, social and economic changes as well as understanding of some applied aspects of traditional health and nutrition study and its beliefs in order to promote the level of community health which is effective in some part of community health culture and the more richness of people’s culture.

Keywords: Diet, Pregnancy period, Culture, Arak
A study of the rate of internet dependence and its relationship with sincerity in the family among high school students

A study of the rate of internet dependence and its relationship with sincerity in the family among high school students

Authors: M. Naeemi*| Department of Education, Payame Noor University, I.R of IRAN., S. Naeemi| Department of Psychology, Arak, IRAN., A.A. Malekirad| Departmen...
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Abstract

Today the culture of medium by the superiority of the internet has become the most dominating and the most influential culture in the society. The focus of this influence is on the growing generation that is the adolescents. It means that a remarkable part of today's life of youth is attributed to communicating by the internet. The aim of this study is to examine the rate of internet dependence and its relationship with sincerity in the family among the high school students ( boys and girls) of Qum. this study is conducted by descriptive – survey method. The statistical population consisted of all the students ( girls and boys ) studying at the high school in Qum. They were 38754 and the sample volume with respect to cochran's formula was 380 people who were chosen by stratified – random sampling. 194 of them were female students and 186 of them were male. To collect the data the questionnaire of internet dependence and the scale of sincerity in the family was applied .In order to analyse the data X2 test ( chi – squared test ), correlation coefficient and independent T- test were used. The conclusions of independent T- test showed that on the rate of internet dependence there is a meaningful difference between girls and boys. It means that boys are more dependent on the internet than girls. From the viewpoint of sincerity in the family also there is a meaningful difference between boys and girls. Among girls the concept of sincerity in the family is more valuable and they pay attention to it more than boys. The results of X2 test and correlation coefficient indicated that as the students grow up their dependence on the internet become less and it clarified as well that if the internet dependence is more the sincerity in the family will be less.

Keywords: Dependence, Internet, Sincerity, Family
Health administrative and administrative identification in Iran

Health administrative and administrative identification in Iran

Authors: M. Zarei Jlyany*| Assistant professor, Department of Islamic Studies, college of Humanities.kazerun branch, Islamic Azad University,IR of IRAN., G.R....
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Abstract

Today, the official health as an important approach in dealing with corruption experts have noted, on this article the concept identification of organizational culture and organizational social capital, their ways of strengthening the fight against corruption is considered. In this article History of Corruption in Iran and definitions of corruption and various forms of corruption by government employees that include embezzlement, and black corruption... In addition, citizen’s corruption is divided into three categories and finally, corruption strategies and suggestions for improvement are provided.

Keywords: Corruption, Administrative identification, Corporate cultureSocial capital, Social capital, Organization
A study of personality aspects of the prophet of Islam (PBUH) in the holy Qur’an and its comparison with the poetry of w

A study of personality aspects of the prophet of Islam (PBUH) in the holy Qur’an and its comparison with the poetry of w

Authors: M. Al-Sadat Safavi*| MA student in Kermanshah Islamic Azad University., M. Khaksar| A Faculty Member of Farhangian University.
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Abstract

With the emergence of Islam faith throughout the Arabia Peninsula, the Arabian poetry entered a new era. The poets who eulogized Arab tribes’ ideals at the Pre-Islamic Ignorance Age, at the dawn of Islam changed their direction to spirituality or the adoration of God’s saints, especially the Prophet of Islam. The poets who exalted and revered the Prophet and his superior qualities in their poetry were generally devoted to the Islamic faith and exalted the Prophet genuinely and from the bottom of their heart. Some of these poets include HissanIbnThabit Ansari, AbdallhIbnRavaheh, KaebIbn Malik and KaebIbnZahir which their poetry has been recorded in the history. In their poetry on the Prophet, such poets defended the Prophet’s faith and supreme intentions and mostly eulogized His proper attributes such as generosity, affability, patience, forgiveness, honesty and sanctity, divine mission and prophecy, etc. and they utilized illuminating verses of the Holy Qur’an in their poetry and founded the basis of their artistic work on the commendation of the Prophet so as to achieve their own perfection.

Keywords: The holy qur’an, Islam, Eulogy, Well-known poets at islamic era
Comparing the rate of applying knowledge management in guidance schools of education districts 1 and 4 in Tabriz

Comparing the rate of applying knowledge management in guidance schools of education districts 1 and 4 in Tabriz

Authors: Z. Barzegar| Department of Educational Sciences, College of Humanities and Educational Sciences, Tabriz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tabriz, IRAN....
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Abstract

This study aimed to compare the application of Knowledge Management in Education, Tabriz guidance schools districts 1 and 4 was performed. Research methods, descriptive - survey, and the population is 392 people of principals and teachers, using Cochran formula, 86, and 258, respectively, stratified sampling method was chosen. Measuring instruments, Bokoitz and Williams Knowledge Management questionnaire, with a reliability of 0.89 is. For data analysis, Student's t test and Friedman were used, and the results showed that the Tabriz guidance schools districts 1 and 4, the components of knowledge management applications, such as to acquire knowledge, applying knowledge, learn from the knowledge process, sharing and exchanging knowledge, and optimal use of knowledge, there is no significant difference. However, evaluation knowledge, and create and consolidate knowledge, there are significant differences. The components of the optimal use of knowledge, apply knowledge, evaluating knowledge, create and consolidate knowledge, sharing and exchanging knowledge, to acquire knowledge, and learn from the knowledge process, the highest rank in regions 1 and 4, respectively

Keywords: Knowledge management, Guidance schools
Studying the relationship between organizational justice and staff job commitment a case study of kerman state tax admin

Studying the relationship between organizational justice and staff job commitment a case study of kerman state tax admin

Authors: S. Salajeghe| Department of Management, Kerman Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kerman, IRAN., L. Asgharpour*| Department of Management, Kerman Branch...
( 49 downloads)
Abstract

Organizational justice refers to the feelings and perception of staff in terms of behaviors and working relationships fairness. Several studies indicate that an increased sense of justice effects on different aspects of organizational behavior. Accordingly, this study sought to examine the relationship between organizational justice and job commitment of staff and tries to measure organizational justice aspects effects on (distributive justice, procedural justice, and interactional justice) staff job commitment. The statistical population of this study was 460 patients and 210 patients were selected as sample according to Morgan table and organizational justice and job commitment questionnaires were used to collect data after determining the validity and reliability. Organizational justice was examined in three aspects of distributive justice, procedural justice and interactional justice. Lisrel software was used for data analysis. The results of structural equations showed that path coefficient of distributive justice effect on job commitment is 0.23 and t-statistic is 2.29, and the interactional justice path coefficient effect on job commitment is 0.31 and t-statistic is 3.02 that is significant and positive in both relationships, but in the organizational procedural justice effect on job commitment, path coefficient is 0.10 and t-statistic is 0.99, it can be concluded that there is no significant relationship.

Keywords: Organizational justice, Distributive justice, Procedural justice, Interactional justice, Job commitment
 A summary of sleep reporting and prediction ceremony in Ferdowsi’s Shahname

A summary of sleep reporting and prediction ceremony in Ferdowsi’s Shahname

Authors: p. malmoly| Department of Persian Literature, Baghmalek Branch, Islamic Azad University, Baghmalek, IRAN.
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Abstract

In Shahname of wise of the Tus, a range of ceremonial issues, such as food, clothing, partying, eating, sleeping and dreaming to monarchy rituals with many possible patterns are written, and these are the signs of the perfection of the Shahname, and undoubtedly all of these issues are happened in our lives that their existential philosophy should be studied. One of the things that were most interesting for the ancestors was the prediction of dreams and that part of the astronomy which extracted laws and their effects on human beings’ fate. This paper is about dreaming and prediction ceremony and to explore how events are appeared in our dreams before they have been occurred. And who knows these issues. Was it just the dreams of kings and heroes predicted? Or is it possible for common people’s dreams to be predicted? What is the relation between dream, the unseen worlds and witness?

Keywords: Shahname, Dreams, Priests, Prediction, Reality
Prior selection : a review

Prior selection : a review

Authors: G.H . Gholami*| Department of Mathematics , Faculty of science , Urmia University , Urmia , IRAN., A . Etemadi| Department of Mathematics , Urmia Bran...
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The prior distribution is the key to Bayesian inference and its determination is therefore the mostimportant step in drawing this inference. To some extent, it is also the most dicult. In this paper,we'll review dierent approaches of choosing prior distribution.

Keywords: Prior Distribution, Bayesian Inference, Selection, Drawing
Investigation on the mothers’ retribution in her child's murder regarding islamic laws

Investigation on the mothers’ retribution in her child's murder regarding islamic laws

Authors: B. Asgari| M.A. in Jurisprudence and Law, Islamic Azad university, Lahijan, IRAN.
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Abstract

The punishments of retribution are applied to murder, homicide, accidents, as well as bodily injury. They allow either actual retribution for the crime or paying blood money as a substitute penalty. On the basis of evidence from the Book and the tradition, the punishment for murder is retribution. According to Article 221 of the Penal Code, as well as defraud view, retribution order doesn’t include in the death of a father who kills his son, but the mother includes in this order according to the famous Imami view and retribution for the murder of her son. The author also reviews the plan and juridical arguments from both perspectives and know the exception of the mother defensible due to arguments.

Keywords: Retribution, Father, Mother, Son, Murder
Constitutional status of women in literature, with an emphasis on poetry, Seyed Ashrafodin Gilani

Constitutional status of women in literature, with an emphasis on poetry, Seyed Ashrafodin Gilani

Authors: A. Yadollahi Aslan*| Department of Persian Literature Malayer Branch,Islamic Azad University, Malayer , IRAN., K. Roshani| Student of Persian Literatu...
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In constitutional literature, the authors make it progressive elements were made, she was a member of the public body, with the male counterparts, and that the country has historically been wronged him, his rights had been ignored, and now it was time, the scene comes in various arenas, friend and partner is male, and the role of science and culture. This new approach not happen spontaneously, it must have historical roots in the reign of Naserodin Shah and Mozaffarodin Shah who will sow the seeds of the idea of ​​progress and transformation, and its evolution, the revolution to fruition. The issue of women in the early stages, in the works of thinkers such as Akhondzadeh, Mirza Molkom Khan, Zeinolabedin Maragheiand others were told. These are the ideas of the Enlightenment, and the social transformations West were influenced by the philosophy of equality in the social foundations necessary to change all Iranians knew. Hence, the idea of ​​freedom and equality to all people regardless of sex, color, religion, or station, they generalized the class. Akhondzadeh in Book Review, "a word" Mirza Yusof Mostasharoddovleh, set forth a radical female and accept the legal position of women falling rejected. Mirza Molkom Khan, the issue of women, More sober looked at the expression of her dress, build intellectual challenges.

Keywords: Constitutional literature, Female nasim shomal, Revolution, Revolutionary poetry
 Investigation satisfaction with life predictors via sexual satisfaction, positive emotion, and negative emotion in empl

Investigation satisfaction with life predictors via sexual satisfaction, positive emotion, and negative emotion in empl

Authors: M. Kianfard*| M.A, Department of Counseling, Azad university of Kermanshah, IRAN., Z. Naderi Nobandegani| Phd student of counseling, Department of Cou...
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The Aim of present research was investigation, predictors of Satisfaction With Life via sexual satisfaction, positive emotion and negative emotion in employees. This present research is a descriptive correlation-based study. The statistical population consists of all employees of Iran’s Ministry of Jihad-e-Agriculture organizations working in Tehran City during 2011-2012 year. 200 persons were chosen using Morgan table and cluster randomization from this statistical population. Collection tools were a Larson’s sexual satisfaction questionnaire and Positive and Negative Emotion Questionnaire and Satisfaction with Life Scale (SWLS). Findings: The obtained results showed that there is a significant correlation between Satisfaction With Life and positive/negative emotions and the variables of sexual satisfaction and positive/negative emotions are able to predict Satisfaction With Life in male and female employees. Additionally, the present research led to the inference that there is a relationship between Satisfaction With Life and positive/negative emotion and these emotions can predict the Satisfaction With Life. Positive and negative emotions reflect fundamental experiences of people from their life events. Conclusion: It can be therefore stated that the sort of a person’s emotion might to a large extent represent their life quality, and ultimately, their satisfaction with life.

Keywords: Sexual satisfaction, Positive emotion, Negative emotion
Ranking and evaluating bank branches using fuzzy data envelopment analysis (case study: Saman bank branches)

Ranking and evaluating bank branches using fuzzy data envelopment analysis (case study: Saman bank branches)

Authors: M.R. Ebrahimi| Department of Management, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Fars, IRAN., J. Garami| Department of Management, Scien...
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Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) method is used to evaluate the efficiency of the bank branches. The present paper prioritized the indicators, using fuzzy questionnaires and by gathering the managers’ ideas, in order to obtain the most important evaluating indicators. After obtaining these indicators, Data Envelopment Analysis method was used to determine the performance bound interval, regarding the fact that the data are related to a certain period of time and their nature is imprecise and fuzzy. Then, Fuzzy Theory method and Fuzzy Data Envelopment Analysis method were employed to rank the branches, and finally the results were presented.

Keywords: Data envelopment analysis, Fuzzy theory, Performance evaluation, Prioritization, Banking
Correlation between serum levels of hepcidin and ferritin in patients with metabolic syndrome in R. Macedonia

Correlation between serum levels of hepcidin and ferritin in patients with metabolic syndrome in R. Macedonia

Authors: B. Ilkovska*| PHO Clinical hospital d-r Trifun Panovski Bitola R.Macedonia., B. Kotevska| Tokuda hospital Sofia R.Bulgaria., G. Trifunov| Tokuda hospi...
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The metabolic syndrome (MS) is a complex of interrelated risk factors for cardiovascular disease and diabetes. These factors include hyperglycemia, hypertension, high triacylglycerol levels, low HDL-cholesterol (HDL-c) levels, and abdominal obesity. Evidence suggests that iron influences glucose metabolism, even in the absence of significant iron overload. Iron stores, expressed as serum ferritin concentration, have been proposed to be a component of the insulin-resistance syndrome. In 1997, Moirand et al. first reported the presence of histologically proven liver iron overload in overweight subjects with abnormal glucose metabolism and dyslipidemia. The aim of this study was to evaluate the correlation between serum levels of hepcidin and ferritin in patients with metabolic syndrome in R.Macedonia. The study included 240 subjects - 60 males are with MS and 60 males as control group. 60 females are with MS and 60 females as control group. Individuals aged 18 years or older were eligible to participate in the study. In this analysis we included subjects with available complete data allowing their classification according to established criteria for MetS. In detail, the following features were considered: 1) abdominal obesity, defined as the presence of waist circumference ≥102 cm in men or ≥88 cm in women; 2) fasting plasma glucose ≥ 6.1 mmol/l or drug treatment for elevated blood glucose; 3) serum triglycerides ≥ 1.69 mmol/l or drug treatment for elevated triglycerides; 4) serum HDL cholesterol in men< 1.03 mmol/l and <1.29 mmol/l in women or drug treatment for low HDL-C; 5) blood pressure ≥130/85 mmHg or drug treatment for elevated blood pressure. Statistical analysis showed that males and females with MS had statistically higher ferritin levels than control group. Statistical analysis showed that males and females with MS had statistically higher hepcidin levels than control group. Serum ferritin levels significantly correlate with hepcidine in all participants with MS excluded females control group.Body mass, BMI, waist circumference, hip circumference, and WHR are statistically significant higher in subjects with MS compared to control groups. Concentrations of lipid parameters for all examinated groups. The concentrations of HDL- cholesterol, triglycerides and apo A are significantly increased in subjects with MS compared to control groups. It has been demonstrated that the prevalence of MS is increasing worldwide, largely the result of greater obesity and sedentary lifestyles. The concentration of serum hepcidin is associated with gender. Males hepcidine levels are higher than females levels. We found a statistically higher hepcidin levels in both groups with MS, compared to control groups, and males hepcidine levels are almost twice higher then females hepcidine levels in bout groups (control group and group with MS). The authors found a strong positive relationship between increased iron stores measured by the concentration of plasma ferritin and risk of type 2 diabetes, impaired glucose tolerance and metabolic syndrome in middle age and older people. The average concentration of ferritin in men is almost twice higher than in postmenopausal women, and three times higher than in premenopausal women with metabolic syndrome.

Keywords: Hepcidine, Ferritine, Metabolic syndrome, Diabetes mellitus type 2

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