Mohammad Taghi Sheykhi

Mohammad Taghi Sheykhi
University of Tehran | UT · Department of Soil Science

Ph.D. "Full Professor"

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In terms of sociology, quality of life was propounded in Asia since new industrialization entered the countries. Since then, there has been a competition among the countries of the region to reach higher and improved quality of life. To reach that goal, various plans have been put into practice. For a better quality of life, educational development...
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The present article sociologically analyzes how human capital and quality of life mutually affect each other. Yet, human capital is strongly possible in changing quality of life. Most countries first try to build their human capital, to be followed by a better and more prosperous quality of life. For example, South Korea and India in Asia have init...
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Socio-industrial change in the past two centuries has widely affected the environment in various ways. In this process natural life has reversed ___ water resources, forests, agriculture, original foods, rural life, husbandry, access to fresh air and many more have changed face. Instead, chemicals, pollutants, transportation pollution, family netwo...
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The present article sociologically appraises how the two variables of economic growth and population growth are related. The two variables had a different relationship with each other before industrialization started as compared with the modern era. In older times, when societies were agricultural, there seemed to be no contradiction between the tw...
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The present article intends to reflect the appearance of different pandemics in different periods from sociological point of view. Earlier pandemics used to appear without being able to control them; at the historical times without medications, hospitals, motor vehicles, without communications etc. Millions of people died because of spreading unkno...
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The present paper analyzes different demographic variables to reach the result of how population become aged in different parts of Asia. Policies and planning of population during the past decades have contributed to more life expectancy, leading to the aging of population in countries like Japan, China, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and to some e...
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Aging is inevitably associated with a large number of body functions including the mental health. In addition to that, heart function, emotions, moods etc. could be mentioned as the results of gradual aging. Such conditions are usually accompanied with increase in medications consumption and decline in quality of life. Though usually medical scienc...
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The article explores how change in lifestyles has impacted the family relations leading to divorce worldwide more in industrial countries, and to a smaller extent in developing countries. Sociologically speaking, the main cause of such increase in divorce event is social change emerging due to modernization and industrialization, more education for...
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The present attempt fulfills the urgent need of researchers in the valuable field of sociology, economics and statistics. The author has gathered the material from various sources of population data. As data on fertility, mortality and migration are ever changing, sociologists and demographers need to compare and analyze population change and struc...
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The paper searches the cause and effect impacts of the newly-found Coronavirus. The word "Corona" is currently used by all the people (7.7 billion) over the age of at least 3. The unprecedented disease is reflecting a large number of effects infecting and killing many people of the rich and the poor. The new phenomenon is continuing rapidly. It bri...
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The paper searches the cause and effect impacts of the newly-found Coronavirus. The word "Corona" is currently used by all the people (7.7 billion) over the age of at least 3. The unprecedented disease is reflecting a large number of effects infecting and killing many people of the rich and the poor. The new phenomenon is continuing rapidly. It bri...
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The present attempt fulfills the urgent need of researchers in the valuable field of sociology, economics and statistics. The author has gathered the material from various sources of population data. As data on fertility, mortality and migration are ever changing, sociologists and demographers need to compare and analyze population change and struc...
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Though aging is a gift in general, it may be a hard time for many in developing countries in particular. Aging may be defined as the combination of biological, social and psychological processes that affect people as they grow older. The first refers to the physical body, the second refers to cultural values, norms and role expectations that change...
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La educación como un éxito clave afecta la calidad de vida de los niños. Durante el último medio siglo, la brecha educativa se ha reducido gradualmente. Mediante la provisión de diferentes infraestructuras, los estándares educativos han mejorado permitiendo que más mujeres ingresen a los sistemas educativos y, por lo tanto, la desigualdad de género...
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The paper reflects an image of Alzheimer's disorders in Asia as the largest continent of the world. Asia with increasing life expectancy and elderly people is facing Alzheimer's disorders within the emerging aging people leaving behind various issues. Aging in Asia is also in parallel with poverty and health deficiency. Many parts of Asia is gettin...
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Graphic signs and symbols could largely affect the changing environment by the youth and within the youth in the present societies with special reference to the developing Iran. Transfer of young cohorts to cities in search of better income and higher quality of life has extensively impacted the urban environment through more emissions, more transp...
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BACKGROUND: Wheat sprout contains a high amount of antioxidants, vitamins (especially vitamin E), minerals and phytoestrogen compounds. Use of medicinal herbs in reducing heavy metal toxicities has increased worldwide. In recent years, negative effects of lead on the male reproductive system and sperm fertility parameters have been shown broadly. O...
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The article assesses how socio-agricultural development will sustain as a result of a balanced scale of rural-urban equality. However, increasing migration from rural to urban areas highly affects productivity and the infrastructure of the productivity in urban sectors. The process of modernization is highly responsible for the change, and a motiva...
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The dual rural-urban imbalance is a major obstacle to integrating socio-economic development in most developing countries including Iran. The paper explores how the rural-urban balance could play as a paradigm to development in general. Dual rural-urban economic structure which refers to different growth patterns in rural and urban areas leading to...
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The paper intends to reflect criminology in the fast-changing world of the present time. As the control in many developing societies is not so easy, many crimes of different qualities and size appear in such societies. Criminology as the core science is involved with how crimes emerge, their roots and the way to control and decrease its frequency....
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The present paper explores migration phenomenon and the impacts of which on immigrant households to Tehran city. The aim of the study is to determine the scale of economic، social and cultural changes among the immigrants. Through this study، the scale/rate of affectability of migrants is determined in terms of different social، ethical، welfare an...
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The paper explores the dimensions of happiness capital among youth as joy-seekers in different contexts. Due to the increasing use of social networks, the youth are increasingly pursuing perpetual happiness. Happiness capital by itself motivates the youth to move better towards the goals of happiness. The present research examined happiness capital...
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The paper explores the quality of happiness among the youth as aspirers of joy in different dimensions. Because of increasing social networks, the youth are increasingly pursuing perpetual happiness. Happiness by itself too, motivates the youth to move better towards the goals of happiness. The present research has examined the youth of age groups...
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The article explores and evaluates the quality of life, safety, and security of elderly people in Tehran City in Iran. In that, different dimensions of material and social well-being, and abuse of people of the age 65 and above, are assessed. Besides the human rights, the dignity, and the gradual decline of the elderly's social security are reflect...
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Elderly people are especially vulnerable to loneliness. Loneliness as an important phenomenon is correlated with a variety of emotional, physical and health-related complications. However, a few studies have investigated the experience of loneliness from the perspectives of elderly people living in communities. The aim of this study was to explore...
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The paper explores the main determinants of household's socio-economic characteristics in Tehran, Iran in terms of budget and income. It is worth mentioning that the amount of expenditures depends on how the household budget changes. Thus, income and wealth are known as the basic determinants of household budget, and as a result, consumption patter...
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The broad intention of the present paper is to reflect a picture of children within families in Iran in so far as their value is concerned. We will find out how inspite of all the existing social and economic hardships and disorders, children try to maintain adequate synergy within their families and the society as a whole. Further, the paper is in...
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The paper explores the roots, causes and effects of youth development. Almost half of the world's population is under the age of twenty-five, and nearly 90% of these young people live in the Third World countries. The example of Iran has been chosen to reflect a picture of Youths in a small part of the developing world. They are affected by globali...
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The present paper explores and assesses various dimensions of tourist activities, multiple meanings and uses of tourisms in Iran. The country being endowed with numerous historical and cultural attractions, heritages and sites, many Iranians, are interested to visit them. In this way, domestic tourism is improving more than ever before. In addition...
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As a specialist subject, sociology of housing seeks sociological explanations for a range of housing phenomena including patterns of housing and provision, patterns of inhabitation, household structures and the like. It also contributes much to housing management, urban sociology, policy studies and other related disciplines. The paper examines how...
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Age, being a characteristic that every society uses to move people into and out of statuses, roles, rights, and obligations, is perceived differently in various societies. The process of creating social categories based on age is known as age grading and ageing, and varies from culture to culture, and from one historical period to another. We will...
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The article explores some of the theoretical perspectives on widows, followed by empirical findings on the issue in Tehran. Widowhood transition being pursued by drop in relations, is observed and examined from various dimensions, with the hope of improving the quality of life of the widows. Some of the socio-economic effects of widowhood as apprai...
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Elderly people and families are attracting the attention of many social scientists nowadays. The paper tries to explore how much social change in Asia is affecting family structure, and how deep elderly people are influenced by this transition. The trend of these studies has been following various ageing referring to socioeconomic implications for...
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A surge in the population of Iran over the past half-century, accompanied by the emergence of over-populated and over-congested urban areas, has resulted in numerous social, economic, environmental and political challenges. If these challenges are not tackled soon, a decline in the overall quality of life–especially among younger generations will o...
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In the present research the author has tried to bring together the literature and collected data to examine elderly people's quality of life in Iran. In the exploratory phase, a focused group of elderly people was approached and observed. The paper also is intended for students of social policy and those responsible for the elderly people. The auth...
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The article explores the role of science and technology in the development process of leisure and tourism as it affects the quality of life in Iran. The changing socio-economic circumstances that enhance leisure and tourism, are also examined. Leisure activities are highly related to income, and changing lifestyles in Iran over the past few decades...
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The paper explores how quality of life is influenced by leisure, tourism, and sports. While these three concepts are counted as the cultural needs of the current industrial and especially urban life, they are not well-provided in many parts of the Third World. While working hours are shortened in the industrial world, followed by provision of leisu...
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The threats on Iran's water resources due to rapid population growth, industrial expansion and urban migration were discussed. The population in Iran doubled from 33.7 million in 1976 to 66.1 million in 2001. Water shortages are expected to remain a key resource problem in Iran, if policy-makers do not develop long-term water management strategies.
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Science and Technology as key factors production, are even more important than the natural resources and financial capital in the modern times with special reference to the 21st century. Being the generator of development they encompass man’s life and development, without which continuity of life would not follow. Resources have to be spent both on...
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Cities in the twentieth century have widely changed due to various reasons including population growth, industrialization and so forth; all leaving behind problems of various qualities and characteristics. Likewise, such phenomenon has changed the value and normative system of the city-dwellers. This process has caused the quality of life also to u...
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The process of urbanization, causing a transformation of social structure and social functions, has a great impact on culture, especially of that of the youths. Sociologists have different perspectives on the consequences of urbanization. Some view it as the climax of civilization which is the positive facet, while others express their negative vie...
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Iran's explosive population growth, which increases the country's population by about 1.9 million people annually, is causing a considerable strain on resources and the environment, and the coming generations will be facing a serious situation unless this trend is reversed. The strength of cultural values has not encouraged a declining population g...
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Almost half of the world's population is under the age of twenty-five, and nearly 90% of these young people live in the Third World countries. The example of Iran has been chosen to reflect a picture of Children and Youth in a small part of the developing world. They are affected by globalization, technological developments, modern education, urban...

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