عنوان مقاله [English]
Purpose: One of the most important national and international scientific goals of our country is the scientific authority of the Islamic Republic of Iran. In order to achieve scientific authority, it is necessary to use the strategies presented by the Supreme Leader based on the spatial, temporal and situational characteristics. This research seeks to prioritize these strategies to accelerate the achievement of the scientific authority of Islamic Iran. Method: The present research method is combinatory (quantitative and qualitative), so that in the first step, the method of data- based theory is used to extract the strategies for achieving scientific authority from the perspective of the Supreme Leader. The extraction of the content has been done by drawing upon statements made by the Supreme Leader during the years 1368 to 1393. In the second step, based on the quantitative method of IPA, these strategies were prioritized based on the views of the experts in the field of science in the country. Findings: In the first part, based on the stage of extraction of concepts from leadership statements, fourteen fundamental strategies (main concepts in open coding) have been identified for achieving scientific authority; further, based on quantitative analyzes, these strategies were divided into four categories. Each category, based on two dimensions of importance and performance, represented the degree of priority of that strategy in line with the needs of the country. Results: Finally, after extracting major concepts based on quantitative analyzes, it became clear that the priority should be given to the strategies of "university and university unity", "software movement and science production", "transformation of education" and "development in the education system and theose of systematic management of the scientific field "and" attracting and supporting elites "should continue with the current level of attention. The third- group strategies include the Islamization of science, scientific exchange, scientific diplomacy. Transforming the seminaries, establishing the Islamic university, scientific discourse, free thinking. Finally, learning from the West but not to be content to remain a student, and establishing knowledge-based companies and commercialization of science and technology constitute the fourthe- group strategies.