عنوان مقاله [English]
The rule of law is one of the multifaceted concepts and terms that has been one of the main concerns of developing countries in recent decades. Cultural and artistic fields similar to other dimensions of the social system in different societies, play a significant role in achieving inclusive growth and development. Iranian society in the contemporary period from the Pahlavi government (1941- 1978) completely exposed itself to development and this situation was followed after the establishment of the Islamic Revolution (1978). This study aims to investigate the status of the rule of law on contemporary cultural and artistic developments of Iran. The results of this study indicate that countries have not always used the same procedure in exercising the rule of law to achieve inclusive development, but have adopted various procedures based on diverse circumstances. In contemporary Iranian society, factors such as the importance of comprehensive development in society, confrontation with cultural diversity due to the growing communication in the world system, the role of the rule of law in establishing order in the cultural and artistic space and the issue of protection of Islamic values and Islamic ideology have revealed the need to establish legal institutions and codify laws in the field of culture and art; hence, the rulers and politicians took the necessary measures for the rule of law on cultural development.
1. Analysis of the backgrounds and causes of the rule of law on the cultural and artistic development of Iran in the contemporary period
2. Investigating the relationship between cultural development and the ideology of Iranian society in the contemporary period
1. In the Iranian society in the contemporary period, what factors and contexts have led to the rule of law over cultural development?
2. Do the ideologies that govern a society play a role in cultural development programs?