عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
The question of incidence of secularization in post-revolution Iran has been one of the important concerns of many researchers in the field of sociology of religion in recent years to which they have offered different answers. This article which has been taken from an interdisciplinary study about constructing a theory of secularization from an Islamic perspective, contains a revision of the experiential aspects of the phenomenon with rather different lens. It reassesses the issue relaying on a set of indicators of secularization which have been gathered through a reflectively induction of verses and Islamic narrations as well as a meta-analysis of some empirical researches conducted recently in this regard. The results show that the influence of religion on the individual and social life of the Iranians has declined to some extent; though at the moment, we don’t have reliable empirical evidence for this decline, except in the areas of participation in religious rituals, sexuality, relations with religious agents and authorities and economic activities.