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The 1979 Iranian revolution: the revolutionary revolution

  title={The 1979 Iranian revolution: the revolutionary revolution},
  author={Dov Brandis},



Shi'a Islam: From Religion to Revolution

An introduction to the historical and intellectual development of Twelver (Imamite) Shi'a Islam. The author also presents Shi'i rituals as seen by European travellers, and considers these rituals

Two Images of Husain: Accommodation and Revolution in an Iranian Village

Document Type Book Chapter Publication Date 1983 Publisher Yale University Press Abstract In academic circles, a common explanation for the success of the Iranian revolution has been the powerful

Majestic Failure: The Fall of the Shah.

Iran: From Religious Dispute to Revolution

Iran : from religious dispute to revolution , Iran : from religious dispute to revolution , کتابخانه دانشگاه امام صادق(ع)

Ideology as Episodic Discourse: The Case of the Iranian Revolution

Sociological research on ideology and revolution has been guided by three models: the subjectivist model, which proposes that ideology re-orients disoriented and discontented individuals in

Conscription and Popular Resistance in Iran, 1925-1941

For the nationalist regimes of the inter-war Middle East, Riza Shah's Iran, Mustafa Kemal's Turkey and Hashemite Iraq, the construction of a strong national army based on universal military service