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Experiences of Families from Middle East, North Africa, and Southwest Asia in the United States چاپ ارسال به دوست
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Experiences of Families from Middle East, North Africa, and Southwest Asia in the United States

Families of Children with Special Needs Survey

 

Dear Friends,

You are being asked to take part in a research study conducted by Soraya Fallah, CSUN Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, as part of the requirements for the Ed.D. degree. If you choose to participate in this study, you will complete an anonymous survey. This survey will help us learn more about the experiences of families of children with special needs from Middle East, North Africa, and Southwest Asia in the United States. This survey is an opportunity for families like you to share your opinions about your related child’s special education program and personnel. We hope that the knowledge gathered from this survey can help improve special education programs and inform schools on how to best serve Middle Eastern, North African, and Southwest Asian families of children with special needs. The survey will take about 45 minutes to complete.

You are eligible to participate if you are:
  • 18 or older
  • Currently live in the United States
  • Have a child or family member with special needs who is either currently attending school in the United States or has attended school in the United States within the past 10 years.
  • You or your family of origin are from a country, region, ethnic or religious minority group considered to be part of Middle East, North Africa, and Southwest Asia.
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Domestic Violence against Single and Married Women in Iranian Society چاپ ارسال به دوست
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Domestic Violence against Single and Married Women in Iranian Society

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The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Los Angeles, California
August 2009
 
By : Michael Azad Moradian
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Editor: Cklara Moradian 

   

Abstract

The following paper, is an overview of the current statistical picture of domestic violence experienced by both single and married women within Iranian society. Although numerous independent studies on domestic violence against women and children have been conducted on small scales in Iran, they have never been widely published or utilized due to political issues.  The discussion in this paper are directly derived from the only widely accredited research carried out on a massive scale, supported and funded by the Iranian government in order to tackle the issue of domestic abuse.

Since the study is currently only available in Farsi, this paper is in part an attempt to domestic_violaence_iran01.jpgmake the information available to a wider audience. Furthermore, it attempts to look for underlying etiology to better understand the crisis women face within the complex geopolitical, economical, religious, ethnic, and social arena, which makes up modern day Iran. 
  
As cited in the 2006 report of the U.N. Secretary General on UNIFEM's site, "violence against women and girls is a problem of pandemic proportions. At least one out of every three women around the world has been beaten, coerced into sex, or otherwise abused in her lifetime  with the abuser usually someone known to her." Iranian society, held up by its women, is being crippled through their suffering.
 

  

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Human Development and the concept of attachment چاپ ارسال به دوست
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April 21, 2011
 
 
 
 The theme of attachment is inseparable from both psychological theory and practice and throughout my years of experience in the field of psychology, attachment and the array of emotions or processes that comes along with it has been intertwined with my work. The word attachment itself can be looked at as a connection or a bond between two or more people who each contribute to the relationship and the strength of the attachment is dependent on the level of contribution.

 

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The complexities of human sexuality, and Islamic' laws and regulations in Iran چاپ ارسال به دوست
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The complexities of human sexuality, and Islamic' laws and regulations in Iran
 
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By:Azad Moradian 
 
April 20, 2009
 
Los Angeles,
 
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Abstract: In the following paper, the complexities of human sexuality are explored as it occurs within the present day Iran. polygamy_iran.jpgAttention is given to the Islamic laws currently demanded and practiced in Iran, as well as issues such as the existence of Lesbian,Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) and gender identity within the culture.
Historical and cultural relevance is given to each issue examined while remaining sensitive to the present day laws and regulations in Iran

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Theories of Family Therapy, Based on the film: "Ordinary People" چاپ ارسال به دوست
M. A. Moradian   

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The Chicago School of Professional Psychology- Los Angeles, California 

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By : M. Azad Moradian

 

   Editor: Cklara Moradian   

The purpose of the following article is to help graduate and undergraduate level students in the fields of ordinary_people.jpgpsychology, social sciences, and/or film be able to have a model of how to look at a movie from the perspective of their fields of study and write a paper utilizing their knowledge.
In the following papers movies are analyzed, interpreted, discussed, and ultimately criticized a way that is very specifically related to academic understanding of psychological subjects, which is a different way of looking at film than the traditional way. We hope that you can find the following helpful and we will appreciate your comments as well as any submissions that you might have that could be published in this category

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Psychology; Diagnostic and Treatment of a Couple Therapy, based on the movie: "The Story of Us" چاپ ارسال به دوست
Azad Moradian   
vokradio.com; the-story-of-us-poster.jpgThe purpose of the following article is to help graduate and undergraduate level students in the fields of psychology, social sciences, and/or film be able to have a model of how to look at a movie from the perspective of their fields of study and write a paper utilizing their knowledge.
In the following papers movies are analyzed, interpreted, discussed, and ultimately criticized a way that is very specifically related to academic understanding of psychological subjects, which is a different way of looking at film than the traditional way. We hope that you can find the following helpful and we will appreciate your comments as well as any submissions that you might have that could be published in this category
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Diagnostic and Treatment of a Couple Therapy, based on the movie: "The Story of "Us
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