Analysis of the Impact of Conspiracy Illusion in Iran's Political Underdevelopment (Second Pahlavi Era)

Document Type: Research Paper

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Ph.D. in Cultural Sociology, Science and Research, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran

Abstract

the present research seeks to answer the fundamental question of how the belief in the plot of conspiracy as a cultural barrier to the achievement of the Iranian society of political development has worked. In this research, using the documentary, historical and analytical method, the sociological analysis of the influence of the belief in the plot of conspiracy in the failure of the Iranian society to achieve political development has been attempted. The findings of this research show that the formation of political development in society requires the acceptance of social responsibility by different social classes, especially the ruling elites, but in the second pillar, the belief in the plot of conspiracy, the common belief almost all Social and political forces and political elites and the opposition, and its major consequences were the social and political responsibility of the perpetrators and activists of society and the attribution of all social and political events of society to foreigners. Finally, the main consequence of such an approach and Belief was the failure of the Iranian society to achieve political development.

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