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A Robin Redbreast in an Iron Cage: Revisiting the Intellectual Movement of Dissent in Iran between the 1953 Coup and the 1979 RevolutionDownload
In the wake of the 1953 CIA-backed coup d’état in Iran and the toppling of the democratically elected government of Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh, a cultural-political movement that opposed the Shah’s policy of rapid, authoritarian modernization emerged in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. This study...
The main purpose of this paper is identifying the current situation of Iranian digital libraries in terms of interoperability abilities and proposing an interoperability solution for Iranian digital libraries. Analytical survey is used in this research. In fact, questionnaire and observation were...
Background: Health literacy is a robust determinant of an individual’s health status which in turn influences population health and the healthcare system. Based on Social Cognitive Theory (SCT) limited health literacy (LHL) is a source of health disparity if healthcare providers are not able to...
Reclaiming Islam and Modernity: A Neo-Shariati Revisiting of Ali Shariati's Intellectual Discourse in Post-revolutionary IranDownload
Over three and a half decades after his death, Ali Shariati (1933-1977) continues to occupy a major place in the ongoing academic and public debates about the relationship between Islam and modernity. Seldom, however, have commentators attended to the ways in which Shariati's intellectual...
Soundscape, Sonic Experience, and Sonic memory in Iran: Jewish and Muslim Cultural Identity in Udlajan, TehranDownload
This dissertation explores the impact of everyday soundscape on cultural identity formation by considering the experiences of one neighborhood of Tehran, Iran before and after the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Being home to a majority of Jews before the Revolution, Udlajan is one of the oldest...
The Politics of Cyberspace in Iran: State-society and International Relations in the Information AgeDownload
Cyberspace is a domain accommodating an unprecedented level of human activity and social relations, with significant implications for domestic politics and international relations. Despite the growing significance of cyberspace in politics, it has received relatively little attention in the...
This thesis studies two new gender-segregated places in Iran: women-only parks and women-only metro train cars. There are two dominant and opposing popular narratives of gender segregation in Iran. For conservative Iranian women, gender segregation is central to upholding Islamic values and has...