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مطالعات انقلاب اسلامی 2019, 16(58): 73-92 Back to browse issues page
An Analytical Study of IRI Management agains Emergent Currents and Sects
Moosa Yarikhani *, Mohammadhadi Fallahzadeh, Ebrahim Kalantari
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The prevalence of emergent currents and sects, especially among the young, is one of the challenges facing the Islamic and revolutionary identity of society. The issue of this research is the analysis of the IRI management facing the currents and differences. Examining the IRA's strategy for managing emerging currents and sects makes it appear that they should not be promoted and that their harms should be reduced, but the protection of cultural space requires updating policies to increase efficiency. The results of this study show that the lack of uniform definition of currents, the existence of institutions and organizations parallel to similar functions, the lack of a macro strategic model in the face of emerging sects and currents, and the lack of a defined strategy have led to ineffective management. People's spiritual rights, careful monitoring of cultural products, constant monitoring of sects and currents, providing rich content of Islamic mysticism, avoiding parallel work, can be more effective in the efficiency of the structure.
Keywords: Management Analysis, Efficiency, Current, Emerging Sects.
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Type of Study: Research |
Received: 2020/04/29 | Accepted: 2020/04/29 | Published: 2020/04/29

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