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Dr Farhad Balash, Dr Ayat Saadattalab,
Volume 4, Issue 35 (9-2017)

The present study is an attempt to examine the role of information literacy as a prerequisite for the effective application of ICT. Qualitative content analysis was used as the methodology to answer the main question of the study. The findings and results show that there is a need to have fundamental changes in missions and functions of Universities and institutes of higher education. Since one of the basic missions of Universities is to produce knowledge and lay the groundwork for knowledge environments, awareness of and access to the latest scientific findings in areas of science and technology is necessary. ICT has paved the way of this process. But what is essential is to enable the users of higher education easier access to ICT based environment. This way the audience of higher education can use the information in such environments in an effective, efficient, and creative way. This will be impossible unless we consider the role and status of information literacy as a necessity and basic issue for the application of ICT in higher education.

Neda Sanjari, Farhad Balash,
Volume 6, Issue 39 (12-2019)

The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between moral intelligence and social support with social responsibility of first grade girls in Karaj. The purpose of this research is applied studies and The research method was descriptive-correlational. The population of this study was public first grade high school students in Karaj 1 district in the academic year 98-97. Sampling method was Simple random sampling. In order to collect data from three questionnaires; Canadian Ministry of Education social responsibility (2015), Lennik & Kiel's Moral Intelligence (2005) And social support by Wax et al. (1986).  Descriptive and inferential statistics (Pearson correlation test) were used to describe and analyze the data and SPSS 25 software was used for data analysis. The results of Pearson correlation test showed a significant positive correlation between the two variables of moral intelligence and social support with social responsibility of students (p˂0.01). The results also showed that there is a positive and significant relationship between the components of moral intelligence (honesty, compassion, and forgiveness) with social responsibility of students (p˂0.01). In addition, the results of the present study showed that there is a positive significant relationship between the components of social support (family support, friends and acquaintances) and students' social responsibility (p˂0.01). According to the findings of the study, it can be concluded that by strengthening and improving the two variables of moral intelligence and social support, it can be effective in improving and enhancing social responsibility.

Dr. Elham Parvizi, Dr. Zahra Alsadat Ardestani, Dr. Farhad Balash,
Volume 11, Issue 45 (12-2022)

One of the most important challenges facing education is to develop students' health and create a sense of attachment to the educational environment in them, which will lead to an increase in the quality of education and training. Architecture as a container of human behavior has a great impact on this matter. The organs of the building and the relationships that govern them are effective in the process of understanding, recognizing and then the way people respond to the environment. According to studies of mental health and environmental psychology, students quickly feel emotionally uncomfortable when dealing with certain educational spaces and feel homesick. People enter the attachment process faster with places in harmony with subconscious schemas. In this article, emphasizing the need for attachment to place in school design, this question is raised, recognizing cultural schemas in the collective subconscious of students and orienting them to design school architecture can increase students' mental health and promote a sense of attachment to educational places? The research method in this research is qualitative and analytical-descriptive. At first, the materials were collected in the form of library study, collect documents in the field of psychology and unconscious cognition and the stages of perception and cognition by it in the human mind, and then analyzed analytically. As a result, examining how students perceive space is effective in creating qualities such as "familiarity" and "identity." In this article, by looking at the category of the unconscious in the field of mental health and architecture and analyzing the collective unconscious schemas, it emphasizes the mechanism of its effect on how students recognize and interpret semantics. Collective help can help the cognition stage lead to the promotion of attachment to the place properly.

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