An analysis of the consequences of the Civilization University
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Developing a new Islamic civilization has been mentioned as one of the goals in the Second Phase of the Revolution. For achieving this goal, the academic community becomes more active. Besides having innovation, entrepreneurial, research, and educational functions, leading universities should be able to civilize based on spirituality and religious beliefs and following doctrines of Islam. Data were collected using a semi-structured interview. Inductive content analysis was utilized to analyze the data using the software. Based on the obtained data, extracted components related to the consequences of this approach include: 1) presenting an inspiring pattern, 2) training global leaders, 3) creating a status for the settled region, 4) designing civilized foundations, 5) production prosperity, 6) increasing productivity, and 7) producing entrepreneurial science. Two dimensions including institutionalization of spirituality and knowledge transfer were identified for the main construct. Besides adaption of function to extracted indicators, universities can determine their status in civilization-building.
Journal of New Islamic Civilization Fundamental Studies, Volume:5 Issue: 2, 2023
127 to 154  
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