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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Stability of nation-states depend largely on the internalization of democratic behavior and norms in a given society. Thus, any effort to obtain sustainable development and social peace needs primarily political development. The aim of this case study was to describe and analyze the level of political participation of villagers in local and national affairs. The study Focused on 5 diffrent parameters: gender, kinship, media, urban influence and local-national relations. The Findings show irregular positive and/or negative influence of these parameters on political participation. Moreover, the low level of political participation was very low, mainly as a result of the survival of the kinship and tribals relations, as well as limitation of political institutions (rural councils) in villages.