عنوان مقاله [English]
Take a cross-sectional Most contemporary social scientists subconsciously approach to the social world. But when social events and processes are separated from their temporal context, their meaning is distorted. Putting politics in the context of time - making moving images instead of cross-sectional images - can improve our understanding of complex social dynamics and the theories and methods we use to explain them. Politics in the context of time opens a new window to the temporal dimensions of the world of social sciences and humanities. The purpose of this article is to determine and explain the position of chronopolitical components and to identify a range of time processes that are common in political life.
Given the theoretical nature of this study, it employs a qualitative-descriptive-analytic approach. In the stage of collecting data and information, methods such as documentary methods, libraries have been used. To study related sources and references, relevant rules and regulations, existing maps, statistics, books and sites related to the subject of historical approach. It has been studied in domestic and foreign policy studies
Results and Discussion
Discussion and Conclusion: The present study focuses on social mechanisms that have a powerful temporal dimension. This research revolves around three main topics:
1) path dependence,
2) timing and sequencing,
3) issues related to institutional origins and institutional change.
This paper indicates how certain views toward time and toward the nature of change lead to a form of “chronopolitics,” a term descriptive of the relation of time-perspectives to political decision-making. The present as a “time of transition” can be seen as a time during which epoch-making decisions which will lead a society to one of several alternate futures can be