Journal of Culture-Communication Studies
Research Paper
The Impact of Media and Social and Virtual Networks on the Policies and Decisions of Financial Markets Investors

mostafa heidari haratemeh; Vahid Araei; seyed mahmod eslami

Volume 24, Issue 63 , October 2023, Pages 7-24

https://doi.org/10.22083/jccs.2023.395469.3737

Abstract
  In the world based on the digital space and the era of electronic and virtual communications, mass media and social networks, while playing the role of news sources for most financial information and data, regulate the problem of information asymmetry between investors and financial markets. It strengthens ...  Read More

Research Paper
The Combination of Exterior and Interior in the Quranic theory of Rites Determining the Cultural teachings of Surah Mubaraka Hajj

najme kazemi; seyed majid emami; بهارزاده baharzadeh

Volume 24, Issue 63 , October 2023, Pages 25-48

https://doi.org/10.22083/jccs.2023.388029.3718

Abstract
   The natural desire of humans to have a meaningful view of the surrounding world and to escape from emptiness has caused religion to create a new and meaningful attitude to life as a factor in giving meaning to life. This approach, by presenting an emerging interpretation of man and religion, as ...  Read More

Research Paper
The study of driving factors and effective actors in the future changes of teaching ethnic and local languages in Iran

Shahla Bagheri; ebrahim hajiani; Mahdi Navid Adham; Mohammad Hosseinzadeh

Volume 24, Issue 63 , October 2023, Pages 49-82

https://doi.org/10.22083/jccs.2023.392308.3731

Abstract
  Policy-making on the teaching of ethnic and local languages, like any other issue, cannot be based only on value and normative guidelines and without considering the requirements of the environment and strategic considerations. For this purpose, a research was conducted with the aim of identifying the ...  Read More

Research Paper
Evaluating the Existence of Communication Rationality in Social Networks Based on Castells' Network Society Theory

jahandar amiri

Volume 24, Issue 63 , October 2023, Pages 83-104

https://doi.org/10.22083/jccs.2023.398666.3744

Abstract
  Communicative rationality is a state of communication and understanding that results in understanding, interests and common interests through critical and constructive dialogue without the interference and supervision of government institutions. Lack of dominance, coercion, existence of agency and freedom, ...  Read More

Research Paper
Virtualization of the Classroom and University Culture

fatemeh lolaee; susan bastani; maghsood farasatkhah; hossein ebrahimabadi

Volume 24, Issue 63 , October 2023, Pages 105-132

https://doi.org/10.22083/jccs.2023.362674.3675

Abstract
  Using new media is one of the most important cultural issues in everyday life. The expansion and prevalence of instant and continuous communication has rapidly affected various fields of daily life. The permanent presence of virtual technologies in academic environments can hardly be denied. Meanwhile, ...  Read More

Research Paper
Analyzing the element of tone in the single-verse short short stories of the Qur'an

maryam hezarkhani; abbas ashrafi

Volume 24, Issue 63 , October 2023, Pages 133-154

https://doi.org/10.22083/jccs.2023.388953.3720

Abstract
  Tone is one of the elements of the story that increases the power of conveying concepts and feelings and makes the implied meanings of words better understood. The tone, color or emotional meaning of the literary work is induced by the speaker to the audience and is made from the combination of words ...  Read More

Research Paper
Comparing the Role and Strategies of Intellectuals before and after the Islamic Revolution in the Political Development of Iran

ali ahmadi; Mojtaba Sedaghati Fard; Yaaghoub Sharbatian

Volume 24, Issue 63 , October 2023, Pages 155-180

https://doi.org/10.22083/jccs.2023.386021.3717

Abstract
  The main purpose of this research is to compare the role and strategies of intellectuals before and after the Islamic Revolution in the political development of Iran, and in this regard, the role of intellectuals of four different generations, the first, second, third, and fourth, has been investigated. ...  Read More