عنوان مقاله [English]
The positions and multilateral interaction of the Revolutionary Council as the first implementing body of the cultural revolution in universities between 1979 and 1981 with other groups that play a role in the cultural revolution, which include the leader, academics, the government and the people, have a direct effect on the institutionalization of this cultural revolution. The main goal of this research is to investigate the role of the Revolutionary Council in the non-fulfillment of the goals of the Cultural Revolution in the time frame of its responsibility, using the descriptive-analytical method and the review of existing documents, sources and press. The findings of the research show that the failure of the Revolutionary Council to achieve the success desired by Imam Khomeini in implementing the cultural revolution in universities can be summed up in a few effects: firstly, the excessive busyness of this institution in the early days of the victory of the Islamic Revolution, secondly, its vague and incomplete perception and as a result, the non-comprehensive planning of the members of that institution from the category of cultural revolution, and thirdly, the lack of cooperation and obedience of the first government of the Islamic Revolution and the presidents of the universities in the work process. Meanwhile, only the leadership of Imam Khomeini and the people's support with the actions of this institution have been done correctly. Another strategic point is that the leader of the revolution's attention to the coexistence of institution-building and the institutionalization of the cultural revolution category in universities made it not to be bound by a specific institution and, due to the existing shortcomings, handed over its responsibility to the new institution of the Cultural Revolution Headquarters.