Journal of Exploratory Studies in Law and Management

Journal of exploratory studies in law and management (JESLM) (Online ISSN 2375-9887, Print ISSN 2380-7431)publishes the results of original scientific researches, reviews and short communications, in all fields of Law and Management sciences. This journal is a common forum for publishing original research papers and review articles in all the fields of Law and Management researches. All Law and Management studies areas are considered for publication including for Law: Private Law, Public Law, Criminal sciences, Criminalistics, Juridical Sociology, Juridical Psychology, Juridical informatics, Contract Law, Constitutional Law, Land Law, Agricultural Law, Family Law, Criminal Law, Property Law, Jurisprudence, Administrative Law, Code of Civil Procedure, Alternate Dispute Resolution, Law of Evidence, International Trade Law, Corporate Law, Human Rights Law and for Management: Educational Management, Executive Management, Strategic Management, Organizational climate, Health Management, Governmental Management, Crisis Management, Change Management, Financial Management, Ethics in Management, Educational Technology  and other related areas.

Vol 6, No 4 (2019): October 2019

Table of Contents


Investigating the Role of Press, In Training of Professional Citizens PDF 190-194
Younes Gheisizadeh
The Challenges of Supervisor Marriage with Adopted Child in Iranian Law PDF 195-201
S. Aref Hoseini, Mohammad Hossein Osta
Evaluation of the Educator's Experiences from Curriculum of the Art in Farhangiyan University According To Eisner's Connoisseurship and Criticism Model PDF 202-215
Zohreh Hamzehlou, Mohammad Hosien Yarmohammadian, Narges Keshtiaray
Evaluate and Rank the Factors Affecting the Mental Image of Customers PDF 216-221
Vahoora ZamaniNejad, Mojtaba Dastouri, Mahnoosh Abedini
Dissemination Strategies of Iran's National Curriculum in the Present and Ideal Situations in the Perspective of the Related Planners and Authorities PDF 222-229
Mir Zeynal Abedin Barkheh
Teaching-Learning Environment in the Curriculum with Students’ Mental Health Promotion Ideology PDF 230-240
S. Hossein Ebadi
Evaluation of Nurses Performance by Data Envelopment Analysis PDF 241-245
Ameneh Salimian