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Evaluation of Application of Institutional Anomie Theory in Iran
Ali Faizolahi Mr
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 Evaluation of Application of Institutional Anomie Theory in Iran
This research studies the consequences of changes in the mechanisms of society and especially social institutions that have been affected by the trends of social change such as modernization, industrialization, urbanization, bureaucratization and etcetra in Iran. One of these consequences that was investigated in this article is the institutional anomie. In this research, institutional anomie in Iran have been analized with a historical approach and using of secondary analysis of data, mainly secondary historical documents and researches on development programs and social pathology as well as some national surveys in Iran, and comparison with concepts of institutional anomie theory and has been shown its incorporate. The results indicate the growth of individualism, materialism, the erosion of social capital, the domination of the institutions of politics and economics on the institutional balance of power and the institutional imbalance in Iran.
Keywords: Unbalanced development, institutional anomie, social institutions, the institutional balance of power.
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Received: 2018/02/28
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faizolahi A. Evaluation of Application of Institutional Anomie Theory in Iran. scds. 2018; 6 (3) :163-188
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