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This article is aimed at answering two basic questions through adopting the critical-discourse analysis: Over the past three decades after the Islamic Revolution and with respect to the change in the social status of women what discourses are formed in administrations in Iran? And according to the recognized discourses, what is the status of women in them? Based on analytical results, the discourse of “the construction period” should be named “developmental surveillance-center discourse” because it has been a surveillance-centric and consumer-driven approach to women. The discourse of “reformation period” has been named “liberal-based participant-center discourse”, because by adopting a liberal approach, it has been trying to develop women's social participation. And finally, the discourse of “justice and compassion period” has adopted a discourse that can be named “task-driven populist discourse”, because on the one hand, it interprets the social participation of women in the social mass and on the other hand, by adopting a reactionary approach, it repeatedly reproduces the tasks of women like motherhood and wifehood which are relevant in association with men.