Year 2019, Volume 2 , Issue 1, Pages 26 - 39 2019-01-01

Relationship of the development process with social capital, Case study: the Ahmadinejad government

Ali Abolali AGHDACİ [1]


In politics literature, the concept of political development is the closest concept to social capital. Thus in the social capital approach, politics is seen from bottom to top. Trust and solidarity discussion, are the long-standing debate in political development studies. Cohesion, and solidarity in the trust relationship network, play an important role to determine the identity and legitimacy of a political system. In a society where people have relations based on trust and solidarity, the possibility of public occurrence participation in decision-making, Genesis, and consolidation of democracy is as the most important characteristic of the greater political development. As social capital can influence political development, political development develops the country regarding potential human relationships based on power relations. This potential interaction between communities overpower will be expanded by political development. With the interaction of mentioned potentials organizations are created, which they can create better social capital. In this research, the author deals with the relationship between social capital and political development. Findings of the research prove that social capital is a necessary condition, but not sufficient for political development. Political progress certainly assumes more social capital, but social capital does not necessarily follow the rise of political development. Also, in studying the relationship between social capital and political development, and the variables of social capital from Fukuyama point of view, and the political development of political science theorists in the Ahmadinejad state, Iran witnessed a sharp decline in social capital and political development in Ahmadinejad's government.

social capital, political development, political legitimacy, networks and norms, Trust, Social cohesion
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Primary Language en
Subjects Social
Published Date Ocak 2019
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0001-9242-182X
Author: Ali Abolali AGHDACİ
Country: Iran


Dates

Publication Date : January 1, 2019

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APA Aghdaci̇, A . (2019). Relationship of the development process with social capital, Case study: the Ahmadinejad government . Black Sea Journal of Public and Social Science , 2 (1) , 26-39 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/bssocialscience/issue/42092/451448
MLA Aghdaci̇, A . "Relationship of the development process with social capital, Case study: the Ahmadinejad government" . Black Sea Journal of Public and Social Science 2 (2019 ): 26-39 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/bssocialscience/issue/42092/451448>
Chicago Aghdaci̇, A . "Relationship of the development process with social capital, Case study: the Ahmadinejad government". Black Sea Journal of Public and Social Science 2 (2019 ): 26-39
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