عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: This article studies the impact of political power on urbanization and urbanization in the first Pahlavi era from a sociological perspective. Reza Shah transformed the form and content of society and social relations with the changes he made in the educational, administrativ, financial and military systems, and so on. The beginning of urban development and urbanization in its new sense is also largely relevant to this time.
Method: Historical and documentary techniques have been used as the dominant approach in this research. In this research the most important sources used are books, articles and journals exploring the issue of political power and power in the age. Since the political power in this article has been considered a totalitarian state, the government is comprised of managers (the administrative elite), the army, the bureaucratic system and the judiciary. Also articles and books on The connection with urbanization and urbanization and the overall political and social history of the Pahlavi period has been exploited.
Results: The structure of political power in Iran during the first Pahlavi era is closely related to infrastructures such as absolutist government and political institutions because the political system of this period exercised the highest power in society and its decisions required all subsystems. Was. On the other hand, mobilizing resources to achieve the goals that the sovereignty was directed by its political institutions. The establishment of Reza Khan's government marks the beginning of a new era in the history of Iranian urbanization.
Conclusion: The absolutist government has always sought to manifest its power in the field of urban management in a variety of ways, including in the form of magnificent mansions and palaces, huge temples, lofty castles, magnificent lobbies and orchards. Has been. During this twenty-year period, certain elements have been taken into account for physical expression, most notably palaces, statues, barracks, as well as names of cities, streets, and squares.