Vol. 5- No. 1
Article title:
Investigation of non-adherence to treatment causes in patients with type 2 diabetes: a phenomenological study
Authors:
Seyed Ali Hashemianfar; Ravanbakhsh Jahanshahi; Zahra Jahangiri; Moslem Mortezapour; Rahim Bahmani; Sayed Hamid Ramazani
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Diabetes is a chronic disease that is due to the high incidence it is a major health problem. Because this disease is a multi-aspect disease, a quantitative research cannot address all its aspects in detail. To investigate the effective causes of "social - psychological -physical" impact on treatment, a qualitative study is needed in our society, but it is rarely discussed. The purpose of this study was to investigate the non-adherence causes of type 2 diabetic patients to treatment regimens.
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Determination the tendency to illegality and social and cultural factors affecting it: A case study: Residents of 18 to 45 years old in Yasooj
Authors:
Seyed Ali Hashemianfar; Forugh Farajee; Forood Ghaydgivi; Moslem Mortezapour; Esmaeel Ghasemi; Rahim Bahmani
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The main foundation of strength and cohesion in each society is attention to law and comply with it. Legislation that is passed through official channels had been overlooked by some people in the society. In this situation, the problem of illegality will be pronounced in the society. There are countless cultural and social problems against law acceptance by public. Accordingly, this research designed to answer to this question that: to what extent, factors such as civic culture, religiousness and socialization influence the tendency to illegality.
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Article title:
Youth Trend Factors addiction to Drugs in Gachsaran in 2014
Authors:
Reza Esmaeeli; Moslem Mortezapour; Ali Zamani; Sayed Hamid Ramazani; Forood Ghaydgivi: Golnaz Gholipoor
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The youth trend factors addiction to drugs was the purpose of this research. In the other words, it is attempted to answer to essential question what factors are caused to the addiction in the youth? To reach to answer the above question, it is used mainly from four theoretical perspectives namely anomaly theory, isolationism theory, labeling theory and Sutherland learning theory.
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Evaluation of the structural condition of the Reinforced Concrete (RC) bridge on the Hakim highway-Kan river intersection and presentation of a proposed model for its maintenance and seismic retrofit
Authors:
Soroush Akhgari
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Bridges are among those types of structures which their serviceability under service loads and after earthquakes is extremely important. Tehran is located in a region with a high risk of seismic activity, so it seems necessary to conduct visual inspection and field observations throughout this city in order to make technical evaluation and assess the structural and non-structural weaknesses and defects in vital urban structures such as the bridges. On this basis, this study assessed the structural condition and non-structural weaknesses of the RC bridge on the Hakim-Kan river intersection in Tehran, and presented basic strategies for its maintenance and seismic retrofit.
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Corporate social responsibility, theories and models
Authors:
Reza Safarzad, Ehsan Farahnaki, Mohammad Tamjedi Farahbakhsh
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Generally, the organizations are created based on social needs; and as powerful phenomena they impose negative and positive impacts on the society and its activities. Hence, awareness of corporate social responsibility and using it seem necessary to business managers.
The company's commitment to social responsibility results in the sustainable and comprehensive development. Therefore, the quality of life of the people and subsequently the community will improve. Improvement by the company's commitment to social responsibility will ensure improvement in the employees. performance, increase competitiveness, ensure the organizations. long-term success, result in growth and development, and will finally make a balance in the social, economic, and environmental sections.
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A survey to some sensorís data storages methods
Authors:
Aliakbar Rajabiniya; Payam Porkar Rezaeiye
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One of the characteristics of the post-PC era is to push computation from desktops and data centers out into the physical world. The area that we find especially interesting is networked sensors. Already today networked sensors can be constructed using commercial components using only a fraction of a watt in power on the scale of a few inches. Wireless sensor networks produce a large amount of data that needs to be processed, delivered, and assessed according to the application objectives. The way these data are manipulated by the sensor nodes and how they will store are fundamental issues.one way to stores data is using semantic web technologies. In this paper, we have done a brief survey on semantic sensor storageís models; storages that store data semantically.
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The role of the strategic social responsibility in improving the effectiveness of managers
Authors:
Mehrdad Jamali; Masoud Ghodsi
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The current paper aims to study the possible impacts of strategic social responsibility on manager effectiveness. Doing so, it considers the insurance companies of Pasargad and Asia in Tehran province as the population and selects 80 persons as sample. Meanwhile, to measure the strategic social responsibility , it applies Porter and Cramer Model (2006) with the elements of social responsibility perspective, main operation and perspective of the beneficiaries and also avoidance of short-term relations with beneficiaries; to measure manager effectiveness,
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The Effects of Servant Leadership on Creating Sustainable Competitive Advantage With Mediator Role of Innovation Ambidexterity
Authors:
Asghar Taheri Hosseinkhani; Masoud Ghodsi
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The current paper aims to study the possible impacts of servant leadership on sustainable competitive advantage (SCA) through innovation ambidexterity in a population made up of Tehran province insurance. Doing so, it applies the model of Salimi et al. (2010) with the elements of character-centrism (two questions on courtesy and service), people-centrism (three questions on regarding, empowering and developing others), task-centrism (three questions on perspective, purpose and leadership) and process-centrism (three questions on modeling, teamwork and common decision);
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A Genetic Algorithm for Minimizing Total Weighted Tardiness on a Single Machine with Sequence Dependent Setup Times
Authors:
Hossein Zoulfagharia1, Javad Nematian
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This paper deals with the single machine scheduling problem to minimize the total weighted tardiness in the presence of sequence dependent setup. Setup times are small compared to processing time of jobs, so that they are added to the processing times of jobs. However, in fact these times are exist and should be considered in sequenced jobs. In this paper, firstly, a mathematical model is proposed to describe the problem. According to literature, this problem is a NP-hard, so that a genetic algorithm as a meta-heuristic is proposed.
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Article title:
The importance of knowledge management on innovation
Authors:
Ebrahim Rahimi; Najibeh Abbasi Rostami; Faranak Safari Shad; Vajihe Vafaei
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Knowledge management and innovation are two key activities for companies. Knowledge management has been regarded as one vital management approach in new era of knowledge-based economy.The need for organizations to innovate comes from increasing competition and customer demands and new market areas. Knowledge management has important implications for innovation; therefore it is imperative that we understand the role of Knowledge management in innovation. This paper focuses on the importance of knowledge management on innovation in organizations.
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Article title:
Review some perspective about the relationship with the customer
Authors:
Mahboobeh Kord AliPoor; Mansoureh Aligholi
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This article will review and analyze the models, presented in the literature, on the implementation of CRM. Since the issue of customer relationship management (CRM), is considered as a macro strategy in the organization, and because it shifts the viewpoint of the organization from production, product, and market orientation towards the customer, the customer needs, as well as towards customer retention rather than customer acquisition, reviewing the main factors leading the organization to this new point of view, plays a decisive role in the implementation and success of this system.
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Article title:
TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND AUTHENTIC TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP: DIMENSIONS, COMPARISON, COMPONENT
Authors:
Jabber Zomorodian; Alireza Slambolchi; Houshang Mobarakabadi
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Most companies lack the ability to implement organizational change; over 70% of Organization Change Initiatives (OCIs) fail. This inability has negative economic and survival implications for companies. Organization Change Initiatives must be effective and rapid to match the high pace of change in the business environment. Transformational leadership has been linked to successful Organization Change Initiatives through its positive influence on employee commitment and reduced resistance to change, yet little research has been done to identify its association with Organization Change Initiatives implementation speed.
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Article title:
Investigating customer's involvement with brand in social media
Authors:
Mohammad Ali Mahdavi; Shahzad Boroomand; Farid al din Allame Haeri
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Today, brands have an important role in marketing management. Brands are considered among the most valuable assets of a company that cause increase of product final value and are influencing individuals' lives and may affect values, beliefs, policies and even people. The importance of creating and maintaining customer's loyalty, has become the main focus in marketing.
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Investigating effect of customer's involvement with brand and its effect on brand performance
Authors:
Mohammad Ali Mahdavi; Shahzad Boroomand; Farid al din Allame Haeri
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Researches indicate about seventy percent of company's income is attributed to brand therefore organizational performance and brand performances have high relationship with each other. Identifying factors that directly or indirectly affect its performance has a dual significance because it helps development of unique ways to offer higher values to customers and can simultaneously achieve internal organizational effectiveness and proper compliance with external environment.
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