عنوان مقاله [English]
Cultural planning is one of the important tools of the scientific evolution and cultural development in any society. Cultural development means creating the material, spiritual and cultural terms and facilities for the people of the society, creating the development thinking among the people, recognizing their position, growing and increasing the awareness and knowledge, contextualizing for the transformation and progress of the society in this domain.So, the aim of this study is evaluating the effect of cultural-educational plans of Farhangian university (Qom branch) based on the lecturers' viewpoints. It was an applied study in terms of the purpose, and it was a descriptive survey study in terms of data collection procedure. The research sample was consisted of 113 Farhangiān University lecturers who were selected from among 160 lecturers by Morgan method. The research instrument was a researcher-made questionnaire with 30 items with 9 components on a 5-point Likert Scale. The reliability of the questionnaire was computed through Cronbach Alpha (α = 0.9) and its content validity was checked by the educational professors, counselors and authorities' professional comments. After confirming the validity, the questionnaires were distributed among the research sample.
The descriptive statistics including the mean, standard deviation, and relative frequency percentage were used to summarize the data. Also, the inferential statistics including Kolmogorov Smirnoff test and Univariate T-test were used to analyze the data. The results indicated that from the perspective of Farhangiān University professors, special programs to commemorate the martyrs, educational programs, special programs for the national and religious occasions, and the camp programs had the most effectiveness and the free-thinking chairs, conferences, seminars and extra-curriculars had the least effectiveness. In general, from the point of view of the professors, the program of commemorating the martyrs had the most effectiveness and the program of free-thinking chairs had the least effectiveness.