Introducing Metapathy as a Movement beyond Empathy: A Case ‎of Socioeconomic Status

Reza Pishghadam; Taqi Al Abdwani; Mahtab Kolahi Ahari; Saba Hasanzadeh; Shaghayegh Shayesteh

Volume 10, 2 (Themed Issue on the Socio-Psychology of Language) , July 2022, , Pages 35-49

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/ijscl.2022.252360

Abstract
  Drawing on the concepts of apathy, sympathy, and empathy and their correspondence with emotioncy, this paper aimed to present the concept of metapathy, as the next and highest level of concern about others. It also sought to investigate if teachers’ concern for their students depends on the students’ ...  Read More

Sapioemotionality as a New Attribute in Socio-Cultural Studies

Reza Pishghadam; Shima Ebrahimi; Mir Abdullah Miri; Shaghayegh Shayesteh

Volume 9, Issue 3 , September 2021, , Pages 16-27

Abstract
  Given the significance of people’s attitudes in shaping the dominant culture of a society, this study intends to see how people react or are emotionally aroused when they see an intelligent person (i.e., sapioemotionality), and then examine the underlying cultulinguistic reasons for different degrees ...  Read More

The Society of the Spectacle Revisited: Separation, Schooling, and the Pursuit of Dangerous Citizenship

Kevin D. Vinson; E. Wayne Ross

Volume 1, Issue 2 , September 2013, , Pages 1-14

Abstract
  In this paper we set out to accomplish several goals. Primarily, we seek to re-interpret Guy Debord’s (1967) work The Society of the Spectacle in light of modern-day schooling, principally within North America (although we recognize the global connectivity inherent in any current discussion of ...  Read More

Specifying the Underlying Constructs of Home Culture Attachment Scale

Reza Pishghadam; Mohammad Reza Hashemi; Elahe Bazri

Volume 1, Issue 1 , March 2013, , Pages 37-51

Abstract
  This study was conducted to extract first, the underlying factors of Home Culture Attachment Scale (HCAS) and second, to confirm these factors via Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) analysis. To meet this end, the scale was distributed to 374 English language learners in private language institutes in ...  Read More