Vol. 3- No. 3
Article title:
A Quantitative Investigation of the state Urban Public Utilities Distribution to Assess Social Justice (Case Sample of 11 districts of Sari)
Authors:
Khezr Shamsi; ZaynabKarkeh Abadi
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Urbanization intensifying after the industrial revolution and this trend continued in the second half of the twentieth century and the beginning of the third millennium, has brought the social classification but tragic in new ways. An increasing, in urban population, caused in an unequal struggle, economically weak segments of society marginalized and undermined the principle of social justice in the context of the enjoyment of facilities and utilities to be provided. In this regard, in order to check the status of public utilities to urban areas, 11 districts in Sari, for example, to be measured the degree of social justice in the provided services in the chosen areas.
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Article title:
Analysis and Plan of Information’s System Management regard to Performance and Commissioning Management of Energy Gostar Pars Co.
Authors:
Ziyaodin Ghazizadeh Fard; Abdoreza Golpur
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The Energy Gostar Pars Co. has provided brilliant career in most gas line transfer projects, the company tries to perform lots of energy projects as engineering projects, supplies and EPC manufacturing by creating expert team, due to the complexity of the project and necessity of proper consideration regard of making decisions , have made the need to create development in engineering section, procurement, performance , planning and project control to be essential, in this research we have tried to analysis and plan Information.s System Management by Utilizing the principles and methods of Information.s System Management , with respect to necessity of supplying information to the company in the field of energy at management sector for performance and commissioning management, to analysis and plan information.s system.
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Effect of trust between marketing and R & D directors in new product development projects )Case Study: Isfahan companies manufacturing household appliances)
Authors:
Mohammad Derakhshan; Saeed Landaran Isfahani
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The process of new products production is a competitive advantage for the production organizations, a multilateral process that includes the various aspects such as interaction with innovation networks, communication and collaboration between R & D and marketing units, supply chains, and utilization of multi-functional teams' knowledge and skills. Therefore, in the present study the attempt is to examine the influence of the trust between marketing and R & D in new product development project. In this study, according to the study approach, one main hypothesis and seven secondary hypotheses have been proposed. The survey is applied with navigational approach.
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Article title:
Identifying and ranking of the effective factors in Iran gas exports to global markets with FMCDM approach
Authors:
Mohammad reza Farkian; Abdullah Naami
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Among of the different conveyors of energy, natural gas due to environmental issues and pollution, much less compared to other fossil fuels and thermal output and frequency of resources has been attracted many attention of the energy consumers in recent years.And according to the predictions,the demand trend and consumption of this carrier will be increase in the future decades,whereas between the years 2020 to 2035,it will be used used as the world main fuel.Iran country by having 18% of the world total natural gas resources,has the greatest owner of the natural gas reserves in the world and thus it must have obtained the economic and social and even political interests because of provided this point,
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Article title:
Predictions Developing Heart disease and vessels by Using the combination of sampling methods and classification
Authors:
Farideh Shomalzadeh; Mashallah Abbasi Dezfooli
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In recent years, data mining as one of the most widely used methods in health care .One of the main tasks of data mining in medical science is prediction of cardiovascular disease.This paper has tried to combine the feature selection methods .And sampling modelto predict heart disease classification using occurs.To sample used in this article means clustering Kthe records related to healthy individuals were clustering And records relating to the proportion of patients in each cluster were added.The classification methods such as artificial neural networks and decision trees and Byng and Boosting Foundation is used.
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Article title:
Factors that influencing on Catch-up of technology (A case study of technology in Iran(
Authors:
H.GHOLIZADEH; A.MOINI; A.BONYADI NAEINI
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An essential part of progress for countries which are behind the pioneers of technology in world is to dominate over the methods used by developed countries. This part of progress process is named Catch-up briefly. Catch-up is not easily duplicating. Some of late comer countries, at first do not have necessary technology and so they need to decrease costs and improve their core competency beside catch-up which is the main goal. All this factors will be considered in this study. In catch-up methods, the speed and the chance of success in methods will specify by the shape of organization structure and in a higher level by national factors. Catch-up is more complicated than technological gaps, environmental capacity and independent and variable causes.
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Article title:
Review of Factors Affecting Organizational Commitment with the Approach of Desire for Happiness in Agricultural Bank Headquarters in Tehran
Authors:
Zahra Yarameshlu, Dr. Zahra Alipur Darvish, Dr. Jamshid Salehi Sadaghiani
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The study is done aiming to investigate the factors influencing organizational commitment and desire for happiness approach. To achieve this goal, the staff of Agricultural Bank headquarters of Tehran was selected as the statistical population and 240 staff was studied using krejcie and Morgan table based on stratified –classified sampling method as statistical sample using standardized questionnaires. The received data is analyzed by structural equation techniques. The results showed that desire for happiness has a positive significant impact on subjective well-being, and subjective well-being has a significant positive impact on job satisfaction, and job satisfaction has a positive significant impact on organizational commitment.
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Article title:
Risk Allocation in Engineering Construction Contracts
Authors:
Soroush Hejazi Kia; Ahmad Reza Tohidi
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Engineering, equipment supply, and build contract are the most important contracts of the project implementation field that are signed between the project owner and the general contractor with the subjects of design, build, equipment supply, launching, transmission, and in some cases, financing. "Risk" is the main factor affecting the triple constraints. Thus, this model can be used in projects in that risk is accurately calculated. Accurate calculation of risk is possible for the projects that are frequently implemented. Thus, using these forms of contracts in the projects that are implemented for the first time that the calculation of their risk is not possible accurately lead to a challenge in the project implementation.
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Article title:
Impact of accrual quality on accounting conditional conservatism
Authors:
Seyedeh Hanieh Rezaeizad; Bahram Mohseni Maleki; Amin Bagheri Majd; Shokoofeh Golestani Machakposhty
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Items in financial statements, including profit and revenue have impact on the business unit’s position and this information can assist the stakeholders in evaluating the company, so the evaluation of assets has long been regarded in scientific circles. Given that much research on the relationship between the quality of accruals and conservatism in Iran’s emerging market investment has not been made in this investigation, we decided to investigate this relationship.
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Article title:
Identifying and Prioritizing Central Indices of Job Satisfaction among Electric Company Staff of Semnan
Authors:
Hossein Rezaei; Younos Vakil Alroaia
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The aim of the current research is Identifying and prioritizing central indices of job satisfaction among electric company staff of Semnan. Main problem of the research is that due to lack of perception and recognition and as a result lack of meeting real needs of staff from managers all caused reduction of interest and positive attitude among them and following it their effort is reduced. In this situation costs in organization increase and may lead to reduction of exploitation in organizations.
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Article title:
A Study of the Relationship between the ROE, ROI, P/B and P/E
Ratios with the Remaining Interest (RI) in the Listed Companies in
Tehran Stock Exchange
Authors:
Razieh Alikhani; Taraneh Abbasalizadeh Raziakolaei
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The evaluation of the firms performance has always been the focal point for stockholders, investors, financial creditors such as bank, financial institutes and creditors especially managers. The financial evaluation of performance is determined with two indices, namely cash power and profitability. Indices that focus on the evaluation of the liquidity condition of firms have long been the center of analysts’ attention. This has led to their presentation of new indices by way of the analyses of traditional indices shortcomings.
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Article title:
Review of Effects of Willingness to Happiness on Job Satisfaction Mediated by Subjective Well-being in the Agricultural Bank Headquarters in Tehran
Authors:
Zahra Yarameshlu, Dr. Zahra Alipur Darvish, Mr. Dr. Jamshid Salehi Sadaghiani
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Since, today job satisfaction of managers in organizations is considered to be important, the present study is conducted aiming to evaluate the effect of willingness to happiness on job satisfaction mediated by subjective well-being. To achieve this goal, the staff of headquarter of Agricultural bank staff in Tehran was chosen as the statistical population and the data received is analyzed by structural equations technique. The results showed that willingness to happiness has a positive and significant impact on subjective well-being and subjective well-being has a significant positive impact on job satisfaction.
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Article title:
Identifying the Factors of Technological Capability Assessment – Case study Pressing parts Manufacturing Department of Iran Khodro
Authors:
Seyyed Reza Salami; Mohammad Taghi Taghavi Fard; Mohammad Masoud Majidifar
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Considering the increasing role of technology in competition development along with economic growth, technological capability assessment in developed countries has come under the spotlight. Comprehensive knowledge of firm- level technological capability and its proper employment is one of the most significant factors in efficient application of technology to acquire the competition advantages. Technological needs assessment is an appropriate tool by which the required capabilities for technological priorities implementation are identified.
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Article title:
Multi-step Stochastic Differential Transformation Method for Solving Some Class of Random differential equations
Authors:
A. Fakharzadeh; E. Hesamaeddini; M. Soleimanivareki
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In this paper we have presented a revised differential transformation method (DTM) based on the mean fourth calculus which is an efficient modification. We aim to provide a numerical-analytical solution for a class of SDEs. For this purpose, we introduced a multi-step method that is obtained an analytical solution in the form of polynomial on based of Taylor series for differential equations. The main advantages of our method are that the obtained series solution converges for wide time regions and the randomness in the equations is introduced by analytical mean fourth stochastic process. Some applicable examples are presented to show the ability and efficiency of this method.
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Article title:
Relationship between Addiction to Cyberspace and Academic Performance of Female Students in Gorgan High Schools
Authors:
Samira Kia; Zahra Taleb
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The present investigation was aimed to study the relationship between addiction to cyberspace and academic performance of female students in Gorgan high schools. The research was practical in terms objective and correlational-descriptive in terms of method of data collection. The population consisted of all high school female students in Gorgan city who were enrolled in the academic year of 2013-2014 (6668 individuals). The sample size consisted of 380 individuals who were chosen using stratified random sampling method. Addiction to Cyberspace questionnaire of Kimberly Young, Addiction to Cell Phone questionnaire of Hyun Jung Ku and Addiction to Video Games questionnaire of Antoran.
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Article title:
Identifying and Measuring Factors Affecting Human Capital Development in Social Security Hospital of Saveh City
Authors:
Malihe Mohamedi; Masoud Ghorbanhosseini
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This study has been conducted with the aim of identifying and measuring the factors affecting human capital development in Social Security hospital of Saveh city in 2013. Research methodology has been applied and descriptive-survey in terms of purpose and data collection respectively. Statistical population included all the employees of Social Security hospital of Saveh amounting to 300 persons, out of which a sample size of 190 persons was selected based on Morgan’s table through simple random sampling.
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Article title:
Effect of Organizational Factors on Development of Export Market-Oriented in Food Industry Companies
Authors:
Mona Hasanzadeh; Zahra Alipour Darvish; Mahnaz Azari Ghelichi
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This study attempts to examine the effect of organizational factors on the development of export market-oriented (organizational structure, export systems and top management factors) with the moderating factor of experiencing export. This study came into force using confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modeling among the export companies in the food industry. Data were collected by questionnaire and it was analyzed using SPSS and LISREL.
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Article title:
Effect of Export Dependence and Export Coordination on Export Market -Oriented Given the Moderating Role of Export Experience in the Food Industry Companies
Authors:
Mona Hasanzadeh; Zahra Alipour Darvish; Mahnaz Azari Ghelichi
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This study attempts to examine the effect of export dependence and export coordination on the export market-oriented, given the moderating role of export experience. This study came into force using confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modeling among the export companies in the food industry. Data was collected by questionnaire and it was analyzed using SPSS and LISREL. The results confirm the impact of the variable of export dependence on the level of export market-oriented.
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Article title:
Investigating the Impact of Organizational Justice on Decreasing in Organizational Indifferences in Bank Melli Iran
Authors:
Ali Nasr Esfahani; Mohammad Reza Salehi; Mahdi. Nasr Esfahani
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This study is an attempt to investigate the impact of "organizational justice" on decreasing in "organizational indifferences" among the employees in Bank Melli Iran-Esfahan Province during the year of 2013. Data was collected through survey research and analyzed through descriptive/correlational research. The total population was 2500 participants
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Article title:
Metaheuristics for hybrid flow shop scheduling
Authors:
L. Zabiehzadeh, B. Naderi
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This paper studies hybrid flow shop scheduling. Since the problem is such anNP-hardproblem, proposing metaheuristics for this problem is a very active field of the research. In this paper, several new algorithms are developed to solve the problem. These algorithms are artificial bee colony optimization, electromagnetism-like algorithm, shuffled frog algorithm, genetic algorithm as well as a novel genetic algorithm which uses local search heuristic to hybrid with genetic algorithm. After presenting the mathematical model of the problem, the proposed algorithms are compared with a state-of-art particle swarm optimizationsusing a numerical experiment.More over, result of the algorithms are evaluated with the obtimal solution from the related model and in this connection, the accuracy of them examined.
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Article title:
Multi-objective flexible flow shop scheduling with unexpected arrivals of new jobs
Authors:
Shahram Entezari; Saeedeh Gholami
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This paper considers a two-stage flexible flow shop scheduling problem with unexpected arrival of new jobs.In this study, a two-step approach is used. In the first step,an initial scheduleis obtained considering makespan as objective function. After that the initially schedule is applied, now assume that a new job arrives during the execution of the initial schedule. In the second step, we propose three criteriaas a measure based on a classical objective and performance measures. This Measure contain of makespan, stability and Variation of completion times.Computational results indicate the promising performance of the proposed approach in scheduling unexpected arrival jobs.
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Article title:
Comparing the Impact of Religious Education on Students’ Religious Behavior from the Viewpoint of Male and Female Teachers and Vice-Principals (Case Study: Fourth Grade Students of the Elementary Schools in Districts 5 and 16 of Tehran)
Authors:
Shokoufeh Nekoukar; Zahra Nekoukar
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The aim of the present study has been to compare the impact of religious education on students’ religious behavior from the viewpoint of male and female teachers and vice-principals (case study: fourth grade of elementary schools in districts 5 and 16 of Tehran). Research methodology has been applied and descriptive-survey in terms of purpose and data collection respectively. In this study, statistical population included all the male and female teachers of the fourth grade as well as male and female vice-principals of elementary schools working in district 5 and 16 of Tehran, amounting to 432 persons, out of which a sample size of 328 persons was selected based on Morgan’s table and stratified random sampling.
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Article title:
The corporate banking : A study of aims ,values and corporate governance
Authors:
Leila Nakhostin Bakhsh; Alireza Slambolchi; Vahid Khasheei Varnamkhaast
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Banks' role as intermediaries between short term investors and long term borrowers has dominated the literature. Whilst this is an important feature, there are many other characteristics of banks. This study set out with the aim of investigating the effect of ownership structure and corporate governance on bank performance .The major contributor to banking crisis is weak corporate governance practice. Therefore, it is important to investigate the influence of corporate governance practice on bank performance. The Global Corporate Governance Forum has commissioned a series of discussion papers that will help improve the understanding of corporate governance reform in developing countries. The paper discusses the corporate governance of banks.
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Article title:
Study of effectiveness of education based on IWA2 Standard Education Standard in Management Association of Iran
Authors:
Nasim Saemian; Abasalt Khorasani; Kourosh fathi Vajargah
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The present investigation was aimed to study the effectiveness of education based on IWA2 International Education Standard in Iran Management Association. The research was practical in terms of objective and descriptive-survey in terms of data collection. The population consisted of authorities of education sector of 260 companies and organizations as customers of educational services in Iran Management Association who used the maximum course period (more than 20 hours) of training courses for groups. In this regard, 150 companies (Charge of Education) were chosen as a sample size using Morgan table and Simple Random Sampling Method. Data collection was based on ISO standard with 24 items and standard questionnaire of Creek Patrick (1995) with 17 questions.
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Article title:
Corporate Governance, Firm Performance and Investment Opportunities: Evidence from Tehran Stock Exchange
Authors:
Hamidreza Vakilifard; Kamal Ebadzadeh; Fatemeh Dadbeh
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The aim of this paper is to review the relationship between ownership structure and firm performance according to investment opportunities. To test the research hypothesis, a sample of 21companies listed in Tehran Stock Exchange have high growth in investment opportunities over the period 2008-2012 based on panel method was taken and a sample of 19 companies listed in Tehran Stock Exchange have low growth in investment opportunities over the period 2008-2012 based on panel method was taken.
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Article title:
VIEW POINT:LINKING HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TO OPTIMIZATION EVOLUTIONARY ALGORITHM PROPERTIES
Authors:
Asadollah Ganjali; Mahsan Esmaeilzadeh Tarei
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Purpose -To communicate the strategic human resource manage- ment (SHRM) research to the optimization and evolutionary algorithm (EA)s properties in order to stimulate optimization specific to SHRM properties. Design/methodology/approach -Prior research that served as impetus for this paper is discussed. The evolutionary algorithms are presented to describe the strategy of optimization within a natural envi- ronment. The approach is to apply evolutionary algorithms to describe the strategic human resource management directions.
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Article title:
Methods of Education from the Viewpoints of Saadi and Rousseau based on "Gulistan" and "Emile"
Authors:
Seyed Ayoub Bazyar; Abbas Ashourinezhad; A’la Nasiri
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Doing library research, this study has tried to show that there are similarities between Saadi’s and Rousseau’s educational methods based on their valuable books, Gulistan and Emile, in terms of punishment and rewards. There is also a difference so as Saadi believed that punishment and rewards should be applied properly, adequately and thoughtfully but Rousseau believed that no punishment should be done by adults; rather, any punishment or reward a person receives should be the direct and natural consequence of his/her good or bad deeds. Besides, there are differences between their intended methods;
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Article title:
The Evaluation of CODAL Financial Reporting Efficiency on Iran
Authors:
Dr. Hassan Ghodrati; Siahat Esfandyari
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Due to process of implementation and developing of electronic financial reporting in Iran, a universal and intelligence network of informing for money market (CODAL), which is one of the most important plan of informing company in money market, has been started in CODAL.ir. CODAL website could be one of complete websites and authentic in informing in field of money market for the businessmen in this field in Iran.
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Article title:
Maximum Clique Problem Solving Using Imperialist Competitive Algorithm and a greedy Method for Generating Initial Population
Authors:
*Golkar, Mohammad, Javad; Dashti, Mohammad, Sadegh; Abbasian Kasgari,
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Finding the maximum clique in an undirected graph is an issue in NP-Hard which is called the Maximum Clique Problem. In this paper, a greedy approach, which is reasonably close to the optimal solution, is proposed to solve maximum graph problem. The solutions obtained from the greedy approach are proposed as initial countries (Nvar) in solving the maximum graph problem using Imperialist Competitive Algorithm. Imperialist Competitive, by switching vertices and finding vertices which increases the clique size, finds the maximum clique. Implementation of the proposed method on DIMACS benchmark graph shows satisfying results.
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Article title:
The Role of Guardianship in Marriage in Jurisprudence and Iranian Law
Authors:
Shima Vafadar
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The issue of guardianship in marriage or to be more precise, the problem of guardianship for the marriage of girls is a problem that has not reached an identical solution yet in jurisprudence and among jurists and legal circles, despite long discussions. In the case of underage and insane females, there is some consensus of opinions to some extent, in that the permission of the guardian is required to observe the interests of those who are under his/her guardianship and thus, it can be said that both jurisprudence and law have the same opinion about this issue.
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Article title:
Prediction of the level of adolescents’ sexual behavior :cold environment and freedom in the family
Authors:
Mahbobe Ghavidel Heidari
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The aim of present study is to predict the level of adolescent’s sexual behavior regarded to parents’ inattention and freedom in the family. The sample of research consists of 362 boy and girl students who have been selected by cluster sampling from a statistical community involving 9142 Students (14-16 years old) of middle and high schools of Zahedan. Two questionnaires were used as tools of research: Schaefer’s questionnaire of family environment and 21 a researcher-made questionnaire of sexual behavior
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Article title:
The effects of motivational and hygienic factors on the work ethic of secondary school teachers in Saveh
Authors:
Hossein Rezaei; Davoud Hoseinzadeh;Gholamreza Memarzadeh
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The present investigation was aimed to study the effects of motivational and hygienic factors on the work ethic of secondary school teachers in Saveh. The population was consisted of 560 men and women teachers of secondary schools in Saveh, which 148 of them were chosen as the sample size using Cochran formula and simple random sampling method. The data collection was based on two questionnaires: Petty’s work ethic questionnaire (1995) and Hertzberg’s motivational- hygienic questionnaire (quoted from Karami, 2006). The Cronbach’s alpha was used in order to check the reliability, which it was 0.94 for the work ethic questionnaire, 0.85 for the motivational questionnaire and 0.83 for the hygienic questionnaire.
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Article title:
The effect of emotional intelligence on student’s mental health with respect to the mediating role of self-efficiency
Authors:
Fatemeh Golnezhad
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The present investigation was conducted in order to study the effect of emotional intelligence on the mental health of students of the faculty of humanities in Islamic Azad University of Saveh with respect to the mediating role of self-efficiency in 2013. The population consisted of 850 students of the faculty of humanities in Islamic Azad University of Saveh in which 168 individuals were chosen using Cochran formula and simple random sampling method as the sample size
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Article title:
Ranking Maskan-e-Mehr Projects (IRI Housing Projects for the Poor) Based on Efficiency by the Application of Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) (Case Study: Towns of Sistan & Baluchestan Province of Iran)
Authors:
Milad Vafadar Asghari; Bagher Kord; Mojde Falahati
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To solve the mass housing problem in Iran, especially society.s low-income people, government of the Islamic Republic of Iran, leaning on the present governmental tools (i.e. money and land) to intervene the housing market, inaugurated the national project of Maskan-e-Mehr .Since we are at the end year of the project ,measuring the efficiency and ranking the efficient towns involved in the implementation of this project could be an appropriate criterion for the assessment of the project.
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Article title:
The Effective Factors on the use of banking services (case study: Tejarat Bank branches in Isfahan city)
Authors:
Masoud Alian; Faridodin Alameh haeri; Rasoul Shafieyoun
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Service quality and customer’s satisfaction are strategic issues in retaining customers, making them loyal, attracting new customers and creating lasting satisfaction for service organizations such as banks. This research aimed to investigate the services provided by banks and customers’ expectations of information technology (case study: Tejarat Bank in Isfahan). This was an applicable research in terms of its purpose and a descriptive- survey research in terms of its methodology. Data were collected through library resources and questionnaire. Questionnaire validity and reliability were confirmed through content validity using supervisor professor’s opinion and Cronbach’s alpha coefficient (0.822), respectively.
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Article title:
Daming of local and inter-area oscillation for multi machine power system with considered renewable energy
Authors:
Homayon Ebrahimian; Alireza Noruzi; Mehdi Mirzaey; Tohid Banki
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In this paper a robust Power System Stabilizer (PSS) is proposed based on inverse additive perturbation in a power system with wind farms. The proposed controller designed by new modified Honey Bee Mating optimization namely Honey Bee Mating Optimization (IHBMO) to achieve robustness of this strategy where the optimization process is formulated based on an enhancement of system robust stability margin. The designed optimal PSS is based on Fuzzy Logic Controller (FLC). The effectiveness of the proposed technique is tested over ten macine 39 buses New England power system. Obtained results demonstrate the superiority of proposed technique over conventional PSS.
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Article title:
The relationship between Communication skills (verbal, listening, feedback) managers and success rate teachers High School The city of Khorramabad , Region2
Authors:
Parisa Abdipour; Farangis Abbasi
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Organizational communication is the most important topics of the twentieth century we give great importance to information management in this century and we believe that communication, information exchange platform .Following this research is that the researcher finds Is there a relationship between teachers' communication skills with the success or not? For this study, a questionnaire was used communication skills .The questionnaire communication skills The 18 question is Validity and credibility of the questionnaires were used for professors and because the standard questions of the book is Mohammad Moqimi.
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Article title:
Evaluation of active power plants Iran electricity market based on competitive indices
Authors:
Bita Hosseinzadeh; Ali Badizadeh
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The competition and competitiveness in the debate on development and policy making for development of an issue is considered as an fundamental subject. Power generation and power plants are considered as an important aspect of macro- economic development. Therefore, this study aimed to evaluate and prioritize of the active plants of Iran electricity market based on the competitive index has been conducted.
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Article title:
Role of electronic insurance on decreasing exporting charges risks
Authors:
Farideh MosallaiZade
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Nowadays, the electronic insurance (EI) is one the electronic services which is used in most of the countries, and that is one effective factor in developing the exporting products and services. On the other hand, the incurrence industry and very especially EI are of those phenomenon which show their importance both in home and foreign trade, and yet one of the ways for transferring the exporting risks is that transferring the risks to the insurer, and the most essential section is imposed by goods transportations.
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Article title:
The effect of brand equity on consumer purchasing behavior Case study: Food famous brands in Mashhad Industrial Town
Authors:
Elham Heidarian; Amir Kariznoee; Monireh Bijandi
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Today, the brand identity as capital creates value for the company and its products, hence it is imperative to study the corporates’ brand. Brand’s success depends on the acceptance and assessment of the brand’s consumers; thus, the aim of this research is to study the factors affecting consumers' attitudes and purchasing behavior, has special value within brands raised in the food industry. In this research the consumers of food products were in Mashhad, 165 samples were used that to obtain them simple random sampling method and the formula of unlimited society were used.
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Examination and inspection of relationship between brand value and customer's satisfaction by reliance to brand according to Hay model and coworkers.(Case study: Mihan insurance in Saveh city).
Authors:
Farzad Fakhimi; Hamid-Reza Saiid Niya; Seyyede Leyla Baghaii
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Nowadays, brand isn't only an efficient means for managers in competitive markets. Brand is a strategic need or necessity that help organization to create more value for customers and also to produce and establish permanent competitive preferences or advantages and to gain customer satisfaction. According to this subject we have tried in this study to inspect/ examine the relationship between brand value and
customer satisfaction by reliance to brand in Mihan insurance company in Saveh city.
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Article title:
Identifying non-compliance factors of public organizations with national financial regulations
Authors:
Hossein Eliasi
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Nowadays, in most countries around the world including Iran, instances of financial regulations’ non-compliance (corruption) regularly discovered and reported. Increasingly development of this phenomenon caused regulatory and judicial systems compel more control and monitoring on government employees. On the other hand, increased control and monitoring limit individual freedoms. This situation calls us trying to find different causes of this phenomenon and prevent increasingly development of corruption through controlling identified factors. Since the supreme audit court permanently monitors the performance of state organizations as the regulatory assistant of legislature, this research studies this organization.
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Article title:
The effect of macroeconomic variables on the risk of bankruptcy in Accepted companies in Tehran Stock Exchange
Authors:
Mohammad Amin Payam; Mohammad Hossein Setayesh
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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of macroeconomic variables on the risk of bankruptcy of companies listed on the Tehran Stock Exchange. Independent variables include market discount rate, inflation, oil prices, gold coin prices and the stock price index. The dependent variable, which is used to calculate the default risk of the Altman Z and Ohlson model. Firm size, leverage, and the industry were used as a control variable. In order to fulfil the objectives of the study, ten hypotheses were tested formulation and using simple regression, multivariate correlations.
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Article title:
Effect of Social Responsibility on Brand Performance with mediation of the effect of Equity and the Company's Reputation in the Insurance Industry
Authors:
Vahid Ahmadi; Zahra Alipur
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The study aims to determine the effects of social responsibility on the brand performance with the mediation of equity effect and company reputation in the insurance industry. For this purpose, a standardized questionnaire was available to clients of insurance companies as Asia, Karafarin and Pasargad in Tehran who had the experience of using services of these insurance companies and finally 384 questionnaires were used in the analysis of research hypotheses. Data received from clients were analyzed using confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation techniques.
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Article title:
An Evaluation the capabilities of Linux as an Free Open Source Operating System
Authors:
Shirin Mirabedini
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Today we are living in a world that relies on information technology, which risk of information flow at any time will lead to irreparable commercial damages. Today, everyone is looking for a safer platform to run applications and servers. Linux has much to say on the stability, speed and security. Many of the capabilities that do not exist in Windows or are just available by adding additional softwares have been implemented in Linux internally and by default. Linux was designed from the beginning for network and multi-user environments and it has been the cause of compliance in security issues since the beginning, while Windows is not like that and currently has a lot of weaknesses in security.
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Article title:
Estimates of willingness to pay extra for organic products
Authors:
Morteza Hassanshahi; Siavash Ghorbani; Ebrahim Serri Divshali
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The study seeks to identify factors affecting the future potential consumers willing to pay extra for organic food products is common to all types. Data and information needed to respond randomly to 113 employees of the Agricultural Jihad Organization of Fars province, in the summer of 1393 was collected. In order to identify factors affecting consumers' willingness to pay contingent valuation method and the sequential logit model (which was estimated maximum likelihood estimation), is used. The results indicated that factors such as age, education, the children and the elderly in the family, health standards, public awareness of the characteristics of safe products and the risk of food risk positive effect on willingness to pay for safe food products to the most common types there.
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Identifying the Factors Affecting on SMEs’ Export Performance (Case Study: Sports Equipment’s Exporter)
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Elahe Kinai Harchegani; Abolfazl Solati; Parisa Fataie
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Marketing experts believe that “identification of determining factors of export performance” is important for the firms in the competitive markets in order to improve export performance. This research is conducted with the goal of identifying and prioritizing the effect of Moore’s factors on export performance in sports equipment’s exporter. The research reviews previous studies on export performance and export performance models and identifies effective factors on export. Since the number of the exporting firms in the sport equipment were limited to 32s firm, and identifies effective factors on export performance through interview with 7 expert that are in production sector.
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A LITERATURE REVIEW ON CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT AND CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS
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Masoomeh Kordalipoor; Reza Shahhosseini; Kambiz Hamidi
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Large corporations invest huge amounts of money, time, and resources in CRM solutions. CRM is a modern business and management concept which focuses on customer. Customer is one of the important resources for the development of enterprise. For the enterprises, efficient organization and planning of their own resources can help them to achieve long-term development. Customer relationship management (CRM) is a widely implemented strategy for managing a company.s interactions with customers, clients and sales prospects. This paper is an overview on success factors that could facilitate successful implementation of CRM.
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Designing a Model Of Agile Suppliers’ Selection : Interpretive Structural Modeling
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Aazam Khabooshani; Alireza Shirvani
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Selection of an agile supplier in a supply chain requires a rational evaluation. Since several factors influence suppliers, the evaluation criteria will be different. The present study mainly aims at designing a model to select agile suppliers by using agile manufacturing system. To do so, firstly, supply chain, agile manufacturing, the best supplier selection, evaluation criteria types andmethods are briefly reviewed. Agile manufacturing system has been introduced based on the flexibility of an organization to changes and quick responses to customerdemands. In this study, a mathematical model has been applied in supplier selection and evaluation based on 10 selection criteria.
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The importance of organizational trust on organizational entrepreneurship
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Najibeh Abbasi Rostami; Faranak Safari Shad; Ehsan Etemadifar
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Trust is one of the most important issues in human behavior and relationships. Trust can create intrapersonal and interpersonal effects and it can influence on the inside and outside relationships of the organization. Trust is a key element; because it enables participation and also participation in the organizations has always been important. In the organizational studies, trust is also referred as a fundamental factor for the effective organizations. Studies show that trust is a vital and necessary factor for the success of individual and organization. In recent years, the subject of organizational entrepreneurship has been highly regarded due to the significant effects that it has been on the progress and success of the organizations.
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Factors needed in the development of e-learning in keshavarzi Bank
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Ali Yadamani
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During the past decade, educational processes have undergone significant changes. The emergence of e-learning as an important tool for presenting, interacting, and facilitator of teaching and learning processes has changed the organizational structures of universities and educational institutes, instruction strategies, and even the learning process itself. Under such circumstances, educational institutions have to think of finding ways to adopt themselves to these changes. Accordingly, the present study aimed to identify policies needed to develop e-learning in higher education in agriculture.
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