عنوان مقاله [English]
In the contemporary era, with respect to the expansion of social space that occurred because of dual globalization and dual spacization, huge changes have taken place in various fields of life, one of the most important of which is change in governance systems and social management, and formation of dual spacization of governance. Dual spacization of governance lays emphasis on change from single spacization governance to participatory dual spacization governance, which transfers the duties and services of real-actual space to real-virtual space with respect to the real-actual conditions of mankind’s lives and with the approach to preserve the health endurance of mankind and environment, and increase the economic efficiency and productivity. On the other hand, emergence of mobile technologies as communication tools for “simultaneous and all the time accessibility to all citizens”, brings about the concept of mobile government which is the “government connected to the moving people of the society and stems from an “Ubiquitous communication network”. On this basis, using library method, this paper responds to the questions of what binary capacity the mobile government has created for new governments as a result of dual spacization of contemporary lifeworld; on the basis of which models it works and what opportunities and challenges it brings about for governments. Also, the paper takes into consideration what theoretical approaches exist for the mobile government and what the factors behind success of a mobile government are.
Moreover, the indices for readiness of a mobile government are among other issues of discussion in this paper.
On the whole, dual spacizataion governance follows qualitative objectives through mobile dual spacization action plans by targeting the core issues of health and life style.
As a result of this, “realization of tasks” will be materialized without destruction of environment and air and without damaging human beings’ health and through providing mechanisms for increasing economic efficiency and productivity.