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Social Mobility and Its Impact on the Government Development Policies in Contemporary Iran

Social mobility is one of the consequences, results and consequences of social transformation, which is based on the movement of individuals and groups, which leads to the improvement of different social and economic situations. The study of these displacements, causes, and consequences is the subject of social mobility. Under the title of political development, it increases the capacity of groups, parties, and institutions to participate in the social atmosphere of society, which accelerates economic growth in developing countries. The aim is to investigate the impact of social mobility on political development in Iran, based on which the research framework has been drawn using a descriptive and analytical method, the influencing variables of which are individuals, classes, participation of parties, groups and populations present in the studied society. In this regard, he examined the role of each of these components on the process of political development, which the results of the studies show, social mobility is the result of the presence of the democratic process in the society, which is a clear example of the emergence of political parties and currents in such a way that the resulting social and political changes in the historical periods of the country, it shows the effect of the above-mentioned components within the governments, which has led to achievements, albeit small, but developmental.

Social Mobility, Group Participation, Policymaking, Development, Government

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Zabihollah Nademi, Reza Shirzadi. (2023). Social Mobility and Its Impact on the Government Development Policies in Contemporary Iran . Science Journal of Business and Management, 11(4), 149-156.

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Zabihollah Nademi; Reza Shirzadi. Social Mobility and Its Impact on the Government Development Policies in Contemporary Iran . Sci. J. Bus. Manag. 2023, 11(4), 149-156. doi: 10.11648/j.sjbm.20231104.12

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Zabihollah Nademi, Reza Shirzadi. Social Mobility and Its Impact on the Government Development Policies in Contemporary Iran . Sci J Bus Manag. 2023;11(4):149-156. doi: 10.11648/j.sjbm.20231104.12

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