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Moghadas J. What is Development?. Journal of Management and Development Process. 1993; 7 (3) :1-18
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By definition, development is going away from the traditional society and its values. Thus, in the first glance, development is synonymous to renovation which, in turn, bears an economic aspect in socialist and capitalist societies. But the process of development has an objective cannotation which should take cultural and social aspects well. Development can bring about negative negative and destructiive conequences such as social and political tension and conflict which will be intensified if the society has a heterogeneous texture. To control those consequences, society can turn to different strategices, one of which is giving knowledge to the people through education. It should be noted that development, whether economic or cultural, can not necessarily mean to leave all traditions, because traditions are the reserves of a society. Therefore, no nation can achieve development without relying on its traditions and experiences which are the outcomes of the attempts of those who have lived before.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2012/05/15 | Accepted: 2014/08/11

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