عنوان مقاله [English]
The economy plays an important role in the daily life of Iranians and the consequences of economic fluctuations have made their lives difficult and largely unpredictable. In recent years, due to economic / political issues that have arisen at the national and international levels, inflation and the devaluation of the national currency have become a constant topic of discussion for family members, friends and even academics. Meanwhile, the Iranian Citizens, whose life has been tied to economic fluctuation / inflation for many years, has been constantly looking for fluctuations in market fluctuations. The Tehran Stock Exchange has played this role for citizens over the past two years; In particular, along with the government's incentive and propaganda policies for membership and activity, it has been cleared and referred to people as a model for getting simple profit. As a result, the present study sought to investigate this situation and its consequences using the method of critical ethnography. The research began with the active participation of researchers in stock exchange activities and was followed by in-depth interviews with twenty ordinary people, brokerage staff, portfolio managers and financial professionals. The research findings were based on codifications including economics, infrastructure of life, war for life, economics in crisis, stock market; individual response to social problems, governmental manipulation in the stock market, inefficiency of individual responses to social issues, self-humiliation, economic repression and disappeared wishes. The results showed collective frustration and the negative consequences of the mass participation bubble on the one hand and the stock market price bubble on the other. Finally, these findings were discussed at the level of systemic relationships, using social theories.