رسانه
1. Embodiment and Self-Experience in Iranian cinema: A phenomenological study of six films from the 1980s to the2010s

Erfan Naseri; Ehsan Aqababaee; Masoud Kianpur; Alireza Sayyad

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 15 December 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.22108/jas.2021.131164.2204

Abstract
  Lived-experience is a concept according to which the sociological understanding of film is made possible by a phenomenological approach. This research has been done with the aim of understanding embodiment and self-experience in the symbolic life-world of film with the method of descriptive phenomenology ...  Read More

Social Problems in Iran
2. Virtual Capitalism, Birth of Uppressedness and Janus of Emancipation: A critical study of Construction of the Iranian Kurds' Uppressedness on Facebook

Nariman Mohammadi; Masoud Kianpour; Ehsan Aqababaee

Volume 30, Issue 3 , July 2019, , Pages 23-46

http://dx.doi.org/10.22108/jas.2018.109997.1333

Abstract
  In this study, we have critically looked into the Iranian Kurds' constructed uppressedness on Facebook. Our theoretical idea is that the logic of virtual capitalism prevailing on Kurdish Facebook- Like in other spaces- is dominant and different ideologies, including nationalism, confiscate various Kurdish-related ...  Read More

Culture
3. Sociology of Religious Emotions in Everyday Life (Case Study: Tehran University Students)

Zohre Azizabadi; Masoud Kianpour

Volume 30, Issue 1 , March 2019, , Pages 73-90

http://dx.doi.org/10.22108/jas.2018.75216.0

Abstract
  Introduction      A sociology of religious emotions in Iranian studies becomes important due to the fact that we are living in  a religious society. Up until now, in the domain of sociology of religion, there has not been enough attention to the emotional dimension of religious ...  Read More

رسانه
4. Domestication of Mobile Phone in Family Life: A Grounded-Theory Study in Isfahan City

Elaheh Shabani Afarani; Masoud Kianpour; Soheila Sadeghi Fasae

Volume 29, Issue 3 , July 2018, , Pages 41-66

http://dx.doi.org/10.22108/jas.2018.98651.0

Abstract
  Introduction Mobile technology has been turned into one of the most important aspects of everyday life. It is considered as the most controversial technology that has become the integral part of mainstream family, and has led to noticeable changes in norms, values, and structures of the family. While ...  Read More

رسانه
5. Sociological Analysis of the Effects of Using Cyber Space on Oral Culture (Research Case: Isfahan city)

Ebrahim Ansari; Masoud Kianpour; Pari Ataee

Volume 29, Issue 1 , May 2018, , Pages 18-40

http://dx.doi.org/10.22108/jas.2018.75172.0

Abstract
  Introduction Changes in the relationships within family is indicative of losing traditional ties between modern people. Dilution of emotional relations inside the family, between wives and husbands and their children, and superficial interactive relationships among them show that modern citizens are ...  Read More

6. Representation of Commodification of Emotions in Social Relationships (Research Case: The Movie Heavy Makeup)

Ehsan Aqababaee; Masoud Kianpour

Volume 28, Issue 4 , September 2017, , Pages 19-30

http://dx.doi.org/10.22108/jas.2017.21736

Abstract
  Introduction In recent decades social changes and developments in service sector have created an environment in which human emotions are turned into objects. This is known, in the literature of the sociology of emotions, as commodification of emotions. In Iran and after the revolution, significant changes ...  Read More

Social Problems in Iran
7. Sociological Analysis of Sense of Belonging towards Nature (Case Study: Tehran Residents)

abdolhossein kalantari; masood kianpour; vahid mazidi sharaf abadi; mojtaba lashgari

Volume 27, Issue 2 , September 2016, , Pages 1-16

http://dx.doi.org/10.22108/jas.2016.20488

Abstract
  IntroductionWith attention to scarcity of natural renewable supplies and necessity of more convergence between human and nature, exploring related factors in order to decrease environmental footprints of human is essential. Human society has been shaped in natural environment, and then interactions between ...  Read More

Social Problems in Iran
8. The Matic Analysis of Stereotypical Thoughts Regarding Ethnicity (The Case of Students at the University of Isfahan)

Masoud Kianpour; Lida Nasseri

Volume 26, Issue 2 , May 2015, , Pages 59-76

Abstract
  Introduction Due to its climate conditions and strategic location, Iran has been a path for crossing different ethnic groups and tribes as well as a place of interaction among different cultures with diverse ethnic backgrounds during history. Ethnicity shows the way of belonging to a group and includes ...  Read More

9. The Impact of Media on Body Image and Self-Esteem with Emphasis on Appearance Self-schema (The Case of Students at University of Isfahan)

Ghasemi Vahid; Ghasemi Vahid; Masoud Kianpour; Forough Kazemi

Volume 25, Issue 4 , November 2014, , Pages 91-111

Abstract
  Introduction Today's world, recognized as "the age of information", is a world in which media has penetrated into all and each aspects of human life in an unavoidable way. As one of the most advanced visual media tools, Satellite TV has been increasingly accessible for Iranian public in recent years, ...  Read More

Social Problems in Iran
10. The Situation of Tendency towards Critical Thinking in Students of the University of Isfahan and Some Factors Related to It

Masoud Kianpour; Soraya Memar; Sahar Khojasteh

Volume 25, Issue 2 , May 2014, , Pages 117-138

Abstract
  Introduction 21st world is witnessing the advent of a critical movement and consequently the creation of a new view towards the issues governing societies. With the advent of this movement, a tradition of criticizing and challenging supposed foundations appeared in different fields of intellectual work ...  Read More

رسانه
11. A Sociological Explanation of the Impact of Facebook on the Ethnic Identity of Turk Users in Iran

Elham Keykhaie; Samad Adlipour; Masoud Kianpour

Volume 24, Issue 4 , January 2014, , Pages 67-84

Abstract
  Introduction Given the widespread discussions around globalization, especially cultural globalization (Appadurai, 1996), it is often assumed that this process eventually leads to discouragement and weakening of different cultural particularities. In other words, the assumptions underlying these discussions ...  Read More

Culture
12. Experiences of Emotion Management in Medical Care (Case Study: Toronto)

Masoud Kianpour

Volume 23, Issue 4 , February 2013, , Pages 25-52

Abstract
  Introduction  This study lies at the intersection of the sociology of emotions and medical sociology, investigating emotion management among a rather unknown category of medical personnel –Hospital Chaplains. Sociologists of emotions seek to understand how emotions can be socially influenced ...  Read More

Culture
13. The Sociology of Emotions

Ali Rabbani Khorasghani; Masoud Kianpour

Volume 20, Issue 2 , July 2009, , Pages 35-64

Abstract
  AbstractThe sociology of emotions as one of the sub-disciplines of sociology received attention aroundthe late 70s and mid 80s in American sociology. During this period several important contributionstook place to make the roots of the sub-discipline robust. Drawing upon five theoretical discourses,this ...  Read More