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مرکز اطلاعات علمی SID1
اسکوپوس
مرکز اطلاعات علمی SID
ریسرچگیت
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Author(s): 

Karimzadeh Abdollah

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2020
  • Volume: 

    26
  • Issue: 

    87
  • Pages: 

    93-114
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    209
  • Downloads: 

    167
Abstract: 

Drawing on the palimpsest metaphor, the present paper explores the practice of fiction writing by the Iranian diasporic writers to show the way they translate the process of their translation into diasporic subjects and the way this translation results in cultural palimpsests and accented literature. To this end, two Iranian diasporic writers belonging to per-revolutionary and post-revolutionary diaspora have been selected and their self-expression has been scrutinized from the perspective of identity politics by a close reading. They include FEREIDOUN Esfandiary and Firoozeh Dumas. An attempt has been made to show these diasporic writers translate the Iranian universe into a Kafkaesque universe and the American dream. Moreover, it has been shown that how the cultural palimpsests from these translations can be read to make visible the identity dialectics of the diasporic writers. This analysis indicates that the identity politics of the post-revolutionary Iranian diaspora the continuation of that of the pre-revolutionary diaspora.

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Author(s): 

VALIZADEH VAHID

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2006
  • Volume: 

    NEW
  • Issue: 

    19 (16)
  • Pages: 

    185-210
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  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    1381
  • Downloads: 

    314
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Mithraism is a religion of ancient Persia. Mithra, which had a close relation to the Sun and are usually mistaken, was worshipped as a deity, This religion disappeared after the Iranians accepted Islam. Mithraism terminology could be seen in some literary works. Khaqani who resided in Shervan - a neighborhood of Armenia (center of Mithraism for sometimes) - uses concepts from Mithraism and Christianity in his poetical works. Use of praise for Mithra, Mithra in red, Sun's ritual bathing, Mithra's attack on cow, the lion and the sun all prove this claim. Khaqani also names some renowned literary characters related to Mithraism.

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Author(s): 

MODARESI F.

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2003
  • Volume: 

    -
  • Issue: 

    37(2)
  • Pages: 

    85-102
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  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    886
  • Downloads: 

    118
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The royal magnificence was passed from FEREIDOUN to Kayghobad and then to his six sons and grandsons. In other words, it was passed to Kayapiveh, Kaykavous, Kiarash, Kaypishin, Kaypiarash and Kaysiavash and finally to Kaykhosro. Shahnameh and words of Sohrevardi such as Avesta have mentioned the possession of wisdom by Kaykhosro and his ability to do great works and holy virtues and his immortality which were achieved by Kaykhosro, ascending him to the status of a pious disciple and a wise theist and owner of discovery and intuition, which will be reviewed in this article in the form of an abridgement.

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گارگاه ها آموزشی
Journal: 

DANESHVAR MEDICINE

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2001
  • Volume: 

    8
  • Issue: 

    31
  • Pages: 

    139-144
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  • Citations: 

    1
  • Views: 

    788
  • Downloads: 

    119
Abstract: 

Feeding regime of comb-jelly, Mnemiopsis leidyi, in the Caspian sea was investigated by analysing the stomach contents of about a thousand specimens collected from cities of FEREIDOUN-kenar, Noushahr and Noor during spring, summer and autumn. The study of feed particles in the stomachs of the juvenile and adult specimens from all the sampling stations at all seasons revealed the presence of mainly Calanoida and Acartia. Copepods and fish seeds followed next in volume; vegetal particles constituted the least volume. Over 80% of the stomachs of the sampled specimens was found to be full indicating that comb-jelly is voracious.

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Author(s): 

RAHIMI GH. | ZABIHI R. | ABBASZADEH S.

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2012
  • Volume: 

    7
  • Issue: 

    25
  • Pages: 

    57-84
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  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    969
  • Downloads: 

    347
Abstract: 

Mythological elements play a significant role in the history of Persian literature. In the age of Samanids and Ghaznavids the poets used to attach importance to myths. Yet, in the age of Seljuqs, the myths and national beliefs were neglected.During the Persian Constitutional Revolution, the poets used the myths for stimulating the feelings.In the present article, by studying the poems of the age of Persian Constitutional Revolution, the role of myths characters like Jamshid, FEREIDOUN, Zal and Kaveh are shown in the works of the poets. Such poets as Adib al-mamalek-e Farahani and Mohammad Taqi-e Bahar have taken a classical and moderate approach towards Iranian myths.But some others such as Aref-e Qazvini, Nasim-e Shomal and Mirzadeh Eshghi have chosen an extreme approach.

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Author(s): 

AKBARI MAFAKHER ARASH

Journal: 

NEW LITERARY STUDIES

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2009
  • Volume: 

    42
  • Issue: 

    1 (164)
  • Pages: 

    83-113
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    1
  • Views: 

    867
  • Downloads: 

    425
Abstract: 

The purpose of this research is to study the hostile behavior of Ahriman in destroying Ahura Mazda and his good creations, specially the creation of man. This hostility also continues in the reign of Jamshid. One day Jamshid sat upon a jewel-studded throne and the Divs who served him raised his throne up into the air and he flew through the sky. Feeling proud of what he saw, Jamshid began to forget that all the blessings of his reign were due to God. He was deceived by Ahriman into belittling God and telling lies and doing evils. As a result, he lost his wisdom and the divine Excellency (Farr).From that time onwards, the Farr departed from Jamshid, joined and united with FEREIDOUN. Zahhaak, the ruler of Arabia, under the influence of Ahriman, attacked Jamshid, and brutally murdered him. Their purpose was to attain Farr, but they never attained it. In the end, the behavior of Ahriman and Zahhaak, led to the symbolic aeath of Jamshid and the descending of his soul into hell.

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Author(s): 

ROOHOLELM VAHID

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2017
  • Volume: 

    7
  • Issue: 

    29
  • Pages: 

    107-129
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    698
  • Downloads: 

    262
Abstract: 

In this study, a formula is de rived for the period specific beta (market risk) for a portfolio of financial assets that has been formed on the basis of directional forecasts. This is an important contribution to the literature since measuring the risk of an actively managed portfolio is problematic due to the fact that managers may change fund risk conditional on market expectations. The period- specific nature of the measure is a significant advantage since historical fund re turns are not required and the beta is not influenced by prior fund returns’ deviations from the bench mark. The methodology employed allows for the development of a time series of fund betas that permits investigation into a number of important Empirical issues. This study is also of practical interest from the perspective of risk management and for both portfolio performance and attribution. Finally, there are many active strategies based on directional forecasts and the approach used here en com passes a significant proportion of these. The author of this article used of consultation and guidance of Rahnama Roodposhti FEREIDOUN, Professor and A member of the science team Islamic Azad University, Science and Research Branch, Tehran, and thankses a lot of him.

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Author(s): 

NAYERI M.Y.

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2001
  • Volume: 

    -
  • Issue: 

    31
  • Pages: 

    113-126
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    1058
  • Downloads: 

    417
Abstract: 

Among the characters mentioned in the Holy Quran is Zulgharnain, and based on the firmest opinion so far offered about him, he has been said to be Cyrus of Achaemenian (539-560). However, commentators of the Holy Quran have identified him as other historical figures such as: FEREIDOUN, Jamshid, Abdullah Ibn Zahak, Hermess and Alexander the Greek (son of Phillip). Quran has remembered him with two characteristics of being compassionate and just, and traditions have also revealed other aspects of his personality. The most surprising of all is that all above characteristics have been attributed to Alexander and they have considered him to be Zulgharnain, and the same idea has been abundantly mentioned in most of the commentary texts and philosophical and ethical treatises as well as mystic-Islamic sources. The idea has been gradually formed so that sometimes even other ideas have been opposed and resisted. However, recent historical information has thrown doubt on such an idea. Thus, the characters Alexander have assumed during the history are:(l) A political character with a kingly dignity; (2) A perfect sage whose shadow of exalted wisdom and thought appears throughout treatises on wisdom and ethics, and this influence encompasses high topics of self-knowledge down to the science of household management and land politics; (3) A mystic mien which has many evidences in the mystic poetry. The writer of this article thinks that this historical error has had three major reasons: (1) Iran’s defeat against Alexander;(2) The first person who equalled Alexander to Zulgharnain ,,:as Ave Cina, and since his personality was high, his error was also high and therefore influential; (3) The character of Alexander, son of Phillip, has been mixed up with aphrodisiacal Alexander. In view of these negligence, these stories prove to be inauthentic. However, behind this curtain there is a secret and a truth; that is, Zulgharnian has truly been in the position of a perfect man and/or in the position of "Grand Barzakhia" whom the present article tries to study.

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Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2014
  • Volume: 

    6
  • Issue: 

    1
  • Pages: 

    73-92
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    987
  • Downloads: 

    331
Abstract: 

The mysterious world of legend exists everywhere and every time with no source except the people’s belief. The Legend of Kaveh is linked with the thought and desires of Iran’s people, as well as their legends and fatherland. Iran legendary history is of great importance. For more cogitation, the legend of Kaveh will be investigated in the history and legend. Colloquial conveyance of a legend is rooted in the social behavior rather than in the individual one. In the present study, the legend of Kaveh has been considered as a victorious rebellion in the national history of Iran. Kaveh was not mentioned in the religious literature of Pahlavi at all and has no legendary antiquity. KavehAhangar (blacksmith) was first created in Shahnameh by Ferdowsi and later in the works of historians of Islamic era. It seems that this legend has been created after Ashkanid era and engraved in the legendary history of Sasaniid era. The Legend of Kaveh, as a symbol of a victorious rebellion, is reminder of those people who desire to change their destinies. Detailed description of this legend is mentioned in three chapters: A) History of the Legend of Kaveh Rebellion, B) Kaveh and Kaviani Banner, C) The Legend of Kaveh, Zahak, FEREIDOUN and Jamshid.

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Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2018
  • Volume: 

    16
  • Issue: 

    52
  • Pages: 

    43-68
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    405
  • Downloads: 

    231
Abstract: 

Introduction The evolution and evolutionary trend of quaternary landscapes in the place of collision and subduction, on the border of the subcontinent and the orogeny belts, is influenced by tectonic and climatic factors. Tectonic activities in such areas are often very dynamic and quickly change the characteristics of the Earth's surface. The trace of this dynamics is seen in the occurrence of earthquakes, creating faults, discontinuity in the pattern of earth's roughness, the control of the drainage network and in the slopes of the mountainous terrain. The study of the structure of landscapes and their morphology in active tectonic areas is discussed using spatial data, often referred to as morphotectonics. In fact, morphotectonic synonymous with tectonic geomorphology and studies the relationship between tectonics and geomorphology. Morphotectonic studies, in particular, investigate the occurrence of anomalies in the distribution of landforms, the development of rivers and the shape of canals, the terrace profile, local train or specific landforms, such as slope fractures. The general objective of this study is the investigation of morphotectonic, drainage evolution and morphotectonic anomalies by analyzing drainage, topography, lithology and geomorphology in the complex Zagros belt zone in Ghalea shahrokh basin that as a sub-basin in the Upper Basin of Zayandehrud River basin is located in two structural zones of high Zagros and Sanandaj-Sirjan with completely different geological and morphological characteristics Methods and Materials The digital elevation model (DEM) used in this study with an approximate accuracy of 12. 5 meters was used to enter the TecDEM model for morphotectonic study of the basin. TecDEM is a toolbox in MATLAB software. Geological maps of Chadegan, FEREIDOUN Shahr and Shahr-e-Kord maps were used for geological and tectonic studies of the area. Due to the high mountainous areas of Zagros and the vastness of the region, the basis of work was based on the necessary controls through Google Earth images and remote sensing data. Results and Discussion Ghaleh Shahrok Basin is located in a complex morphotectonic structure and is strongly influenced by tectonics, geology and quaternary processes. Sub-basins 1, 2, 3, eastern part of sub-basin 9 and sub basins 10 and 11 are located in the tectonic zone of Sanandaj-Sirjan and sub-basins 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and western part of sub-basin 9 are located in the high Zagros zone. uplift along faults leads to disturbance distribution through drainage networks, which is directly reflected in the Concavity index and Steepness of the sub-basins. The Concavity index is relatively less sensitive than Steepness toward tectonic and climatic variation, and the Steepness is more correlation with the uplift rate. It seems that the general direction of the slope would be in the northeast, and direction of tilting in northeast according to the performance of the two old and new Zagros faults and the direction of thrust towards the southwest. The AF index indicates that the tilting direction of the north basin is toward the left and for south basin is toward the right. The hypsometric integral of the sub-basins is less than 0. 35 and indicates that the sub-basins are in an evolutionary state. Conclusions In this study, analysis of Knickpoint, segments, longitudinal profiles and concavity index, steepness, SL, integral Hypsometry, AF and T indices indicate that the basin is completely active in terms of tectonic and erosion, but amount of the activity is not the same in all sub-basins even in different part of the sub-basins is not the same. It seems that the bracket Zagros zone should be more affected by the neotectonic activity than Sanandaj-Sirjan zone. The sub-basins of Sanandaj-Sirjan zone in the upstream region are influenced by tectonic activities and in downstream, influenced by quaternary geomorphology processes such as abnormalities of river bed due to differential erosion and severe gully erosion. In the meantime, the tectonic effect on the creation of a new level of bases that renew of erosion activities and the formation of gullies is evident. Therefore, to analyze the morphotectonic status of the basin instead of reviewing the landscapes and general averages, it is recommended to study the segments of the waterways and pay attention to the details of the sub-basins.

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