International Journal of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Science

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EISSN : 2345-2749
Published by: Sami Publishing Company (10.33945)
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Hossein Jenaabadi, Bahman Ruzrokh
International Journal of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Science, Volume 9, pp 63-71; https://doi.org/10.33945/sami/ijashss.2020.1.5

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This study examines the effects of self-control on social adjustment of Azad university students' happiness Khash city. Research method was a descriptive -survey. The study population consisted all 213 Azad university students in the city of Khash. Random cluster sampling was in multi-stage and research instrument is self-control questionnaire, social adjustment (personality measurement of California) and the Oxford Happiness. The findings of research suggest that self-control was effectively related to happiness and social adjustment. Also, there was a significant relationship between happiness and social adjustment of students. Further, the results showed that there is no significant difference between students' self-control in terms of genders, but there was a significant difference between social adjustment and happiness of male and female students; male students showed higher happiness and social adjustment than female students.
Saeed Ketabi,
International Journal of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Science, Volume 9, pp 1-20; https://doi.org/10.33945/sami/ijashss.2020.1.1

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Using caption in teaching English as a second language has had its particular advocates throughout the history of language teaching. The present study intends to examine the potential effectiveness of captioned inputs for comprehension of English idiomatic expressions among EFL intermediate learners. It is set to determine how captioned inputs result in comprehension of English idiomatic expressions in comparison with non-captioned inputs. To this end, the Oxford Placement Test (OPT) was administered to 82 students in an English Institute of Shahrekord, Iran, to find out their English proficiency levels. The participants took a test of 40 multiple-choice items as a pretest to determine their background knowledge in English idioms. The questionnaire data revealed that learners who used captions could promote their attention and improved their learning processing. A reliable posttest was administered after teaching fifteen units of their English textbook during 15 weeks. The mean score by Kolmogorov-Smirnov showed the group using captioned slides of English idiomatic expressions outperformed the other group.
, Maryam Salahinejad
International Journal of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Science, Volume 9, pp 50-62; https://doi.org/10.33945/sami/ijashss.2020.1.4

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Operational auditing is an independent review including all aspects of an organization and an operational auditor has an overall objective to assess the quality of internal controls including its effectiveness and efficiency of operations, reliability of the financial reporting, and compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Operational auditing determines to what extent the manager has used the most efficient resources to achieve the most effective results. The aim of the research is to study whether applying risk-based audit would lead to increase the auditing efficiency process in operational auditing. In this research, Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) technique has been used to measure the efficiency. We can calculate the efficiency by some inputs or outputs in DEA method. To compare the obtained efficiency of operational auditing by DEA, inferential, non-parametric (or distribution free) statistical tests are used. SPSS and LINGO software and Compare Means are used to measure the efficiencies in the research. T-test results for average efficiency comparison have been divided to both model and non-model states and show that the risk-based average efficiency is significantly more than the non-model state. It is therefore concluded that applying risk-based auditing model can increase operational auditing efficiency process in output-oriented method.
International Journal of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Science, Volume 9, pp 84-88; https://doi.org/10.33945/sami/ijashss.2020.1.7

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In this paper, we examine the relation between ethics and mathematics and, through the formulas, we conclude a negative or positive behavior. If it was negative, it would behave incorrectly and if it was positive, it would be correct. Of course, each behavior is considered completely separate, and many of the benefits to each behavior may not be known yet. So any behavior will have either positive or negative effects; here is just one example of this template to illustrate them. Smoking was considered as a behavior. Given the advantages and disadvantages, an impact was defined for each, and eventually these impacts were expressed in terms of numbers, and the result was a negative number, which indicates that smoking is a negative behavior.
Mohammad Rahim Rahnama, Mohammad Ajza Shokouhi,
International Journal of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Science, Volume 9, pp 37-49; https://doi.org/10.33945/sami/ijashss.2020.1.3

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Strategic urban planning has become an important tool promoted by local governments for the city’s economic and social development project design. To achieve this, In order to, it is necessary to adopt a strategic planning approach to enhance the quality of life process. The aim of this paper is evaluating the status of Strategic Planning (SP) in enhancing quality of life (QOF) in Saqqez city. In so doing , the applied methodology is based on qualitative and quantitative methods with point on social indicators to adjusting the level of quality of life in the spatial system of the regions and reduction and removal of the existing inequalities among urban districts of Saqqez city by consideration of strategic planning approaches. Results showed that from the 100% of statistical population in Saqqez city about 45% had 20- 35 years old with Diploma and higher education (10% diploma, 15% MA and MS and about 20% of them have MS and upper academic education) and almost of Saqqez citizens have under 200$ income per month while poverty line in Iran can be detected with revenues of about $ 500 per month. In the end of this presented some solve ways.
International Journal of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Science, Volume 9, pp 72-83; https://doi.org/10.33945/sami/ijashss.2020.1.6

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Recently, literature and its applicability as a powerful source of authentic and rich linguistic materials have received profound attention and consideration. Unlike the past, it is being searched and analyzed from any possible aspect for its efficiency and power of utilization in the class. This paper has tried to detect in the researches done on the applicability of literature to language teaching, specially the status of poetry and drama as two powerful genres of literature in the field of language teaching and learning as well as the detailed introduction of their feasibility and application to literature understanding and language teaching. The paper has tried to utilize them in their classes and devise ELT textbooks from theoretical viewpoint and pave the way for the practitioners and curriculum developers their mode of administration and deployment.
Mahdi Bagheri, Abolghasem Gholamreza Tehrani, Elham Niromand Vojdani Aval
International Journal of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Science, Volume 8, pp 13-27; https://doi.org/10.33945/sami/ijashss.2019.8.1327

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Tehran Stock. Based on data analysis based on a correlation test and descriptive test run. Descriptive statistics including measures of central tendency and dispersion are independent variables include sales, liquidity and business risk and stock return is the dependent variable According to the findings, investors and capital market participants to sell the sample firms and liquidity ratios have responded. The market capitalization of the company's business risk, and may not, other criteria can be considered in the risk assessment of companies. International Journal of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Science (IJASHSS)
Seyed Mahdi Sajjadi,
International Journal of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Science, Volume 8, pp 369-383; https://doi.org/10.33945/sami/ijashss.2019.4.6

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Nowadays negative implications of Globalization, the crisis of values, crisis of media, consumerism, and lack of cultural identification, impatience in the face of religion, virtual identification and loss of religious and traditional values are the main challenges confronting students. Besides transfer of knowledge, schools are responsible for educating the graduates, too. It means that it should invest in flourishing all existential dimensions of students including intellectual, emotional, social, spiritual, and moral dimensions and care for their education and productivity. Now this question arises is that since religious education is a process accomplished through granting vision, genuine and practical obligation to the person, in harmony with his nature and far from force and pressure, in order to gain this- and other-worldly prosperity, can the school undertake this important responsibility or not and in the case of disability to fulfill this duty, should religious education be deschooled; i.e. the mission of religious education should be assigned to institutions other than school or not? The findings of this investigation show that religious education doesn’t have desirable situation and the new generation doesn’t receive the religious thoughts and behaviors as is qualified. Teachers use grade and other quantitative indices to teach values and morality and evaluate the progress in religious education of students; this results in duality of the student’s identity, personality and behavior, because they are not motivated internally to learn religious issues. On the other hand, in Islamic societies, the administrators and politicians cannot be irresponsible for the religious education of members of their society. According to the doctrines of the true religion, Islam, governors and politicians are obliged to attempt to accomplish this affair, so ministry of education in Iran as a public institution has taken the charge of this affair and schools are charged with delivering religious and divine education to the students and the necessity of deschooling the religious education is denied in Islamic republic of Iran and since our formal education is directly governed by the government and is mentioned in national document of school curriculum and also the document of fundamental transition in education, the objective of education is to educate a religious and committed human being, we may not separate the religious education of students from school. So the possibility of deschooling from religious education in Iran is denied, too. But the tenure of government and formal education relating to religious education is conditional upon conditions, that if accomplished, the tenure will be permitted. In this article these conditions are indicated in detail. International Journal of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Science (IJASHSS)
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