عنوان مقاله [English]
Objective: The outbreak of the coronavirus has posed many dangers to the world community. Governments have responded differently to this crisis based on their worldview and the circumstances and characteristics of their society. The present study, using the theory of good governance, seeks to answer the fundamental question that what are the problems and pathology of coronavirus governance in Iran?
Research Methodology: This research was conducted using grounded theory and in-depth interviews. Using purposeful sampling after saturation with 19 university professors, physicians, hospital staff, relief committee experts, and welfare organization was saturated. The reason for selecting the samples is due to their involvement, both theoretically and in research, as well as experimentally and working with victims of coronary heart disease.
Findings: The findings showed that coronavirus not being a pivotal issue, normalization of the disease, lack of uniformity of procedures among the responsible agencies, legal vacuum in the field of rights and responsibilities of individuals and agencies are among the causes of the coronary crisis. Lack of institutional support, education, and information, and media literacy are among the causes of this disease. Economic sanctions, lack of medical facilities and equipment, and disregard for citizenship rights are among the conditions that interfere with the spread of the disease. The main strategies used in this crisis were identified as home quarantine and physical distancing. The escalation of the crisis, the feeling of insecurity, educational, economic, and social inequalities are among the consequences of this crisis.
Conclusion: An in-depth look at the issue of coronavirus and its related crises shows that most of the problems in this area are due to unprincipled, hasty policy, mismanagement, and imperfect socialization which with the development of good governance can play an important role in preventing and reducing this disease.