Abdolali Lahsaeizadeh's research while affiliated with Shiraz University and other places

Publications (6)

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Sexual harassment in public places is a forbidden form of sex discrimination that includes both verbal and nonverbal behaviors—such as wolf whistles, leers, winks, grabs, pinches, catcalls, and street remarks—and is often overlooked by social science researchers. The present study, using mixed methods and “exploratory design-instrument development...
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The purpose of this paper is a survey of factors affecting acceptance and usage of ICT in rural Fars province. The theoretical frame is based on review of literature and sociological as well as informational society theories. The empirical model has 18 independent variables and "acceptance and usage of ICT" as a dependent variable. This research wa...
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This paper seeks to analyze the food and nutrition of Iran and the impact of the social elements on this system. Regards food and nutrition as a system with the following sub-systems: production, importation, processing, storing, distribution and consumption. In relation to production, there has been a production increase in recent years, yet food...
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--Michigan State University. Dept. of Sociology, 1984. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 483-516). Microfilm. s

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... Dans ce contexte, l'inégale redistribution des terres et la fragmentation des propriétés sont des facteurs qui ont conduit à la paupérisation de la société rurale. Les travailleurs agricoles qui ne possédaient pas de droit « de cultiver des terres » (Khoshnéshin) ont été les grands perdants de la réforme agraire et souvent ont été amenés à quitter les villages pour les villes (Lahsaeizadeh, 1993 ...
... Furthermore, Aina-Pelemo et al. (2021) elucidated that harassment is any undesirable behavior in social settings that may be sexual or non-sexual and that frustrates, threatens, degrades, discredits, and waives the dignity of a receiver. In this context, Lahsaeizadeh and Yousefinejad (2012) described that the experience of sexual misconduct may be demeaning, embarrassing, and harmful in itself, but the consequences are far more severe than that since it can sap one's confidence. ...
... The quantities of food waste produced by Danish and Norwegian homes tend to be correlated with household income (Edjabou et al. 2016;Hanssen et al. 2016), whereas in both Vietnam and Brazil, low-income households waste considerable amount of food (Porpino et al. 2015;Trang et al. 2017). Poor households, being more concerned about the financial instability of food prices in recent past, do overbuying of food substances in bulk, which is not consumed in time and results in food waste, whereas in rich households, people buy and cook more than their actual need which ultimately leads to more food waste (Lahsaeizadeh 2001;Pourghadri 2018). ...
... After the revolution, the large-scale public and private agricultural production systems that were developed prior to the revolution -including agribusinesses, farm corporations, and the agricultural production cooperatives -were dismantled. They were replaced by individual, family, and group peasantry holdings (Lahsaeizadeh, 1990;Azkia, 1994Azkia, , 2002. In order to deliver on the revolution's promise to aid the poor, 9 the post-revolutionary development institutions, particularly Jahad-e Sazandegi (Construction Jihad), redirected available resources towards smaller investment projects that benefited small farmers and promoted rural development. ...