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Social Change in Iran Paperback – January 24, 2002
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Yaghmaian s book is a captivating eyewitness account, told by a knowledgeable insider While explaining the many shortcomings of the revolution, the author makes no false pretense to hold the answers Instead, he focuses on everyday struggles and lets the voices of ordinary citizens speak This is a book that deserves to be widely read. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Non-Profit Organizations
Social Change in Iran is quite unique and modern. It explains the pace of rapidly changing events taking place in Iran, by sifting through the concerns, hopes, and dreams of a people. This book makes a powerful and passionate statement that at the same time enables the reader to recognize the key players and events shaping the new Iranian polity and society. Henri Lustiger-Thaler, coeditor of Artful Practices: The Political Economy of Everyday Life
Yaghmaian s work is timely and lively, dealing with a significant topic that has not yet been analyzed in English the new generation in Iran. Ervand Abrahamian, author of Tortured Confessions: Prisons and Public Recantations in Modern Iran"
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Top Customer Reviews
changes in Iran's political culture and society after the
revolution without any preference or prejudious.
He has done a exellent job in exposing of the reality and pain
of the Iranian's people in dealing with their normal and most
of the time ( abnormal ) LIFE.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
People's stories are the heart and soul of this thought provacative book. The stories string together a chain of the complex issues, which have taken place in Iran over the last... Read morePublished on April 6, 2002 by LInda Nazemian
The book is accessible, interesting, and very informative about the lives of ordinary Iranians.Published on March 29, 2002
I found scholarly analysis in every chapter of the book. It is one of the nicest books on politics and social change in Iran I have read in some time. Read morePublished on March 26, 2002 by M. B.