Insurgency through Culture and Religion: The Islamic Revolution of Iran

Insurgency through Culture and Religion: The Islamic Revolution of Iran

Insurgency through Culture and Religion: The Islamic Revolution of Iran

Insurgency through Culture and Religion: The Islamic Revolution of Iran

Synopsis

"In his case study of the 1979 Islamic revolution, Salehi discusses the role of culture and religion in a modern society. The author examines Shi'ism as a vehicle of political activism and dissent and provides an insider's view of events leading to the 1979 Iranian revolution. . . . The author suggests that modernization theory and single-factor causes of revolution be examined in a holistic manner. . . . Salehi explains that this approach neither ignores nor discounts the significance of facts. The book provides an interesting perspective on the psychological undercurrents of life in an oppressive society. A rich source of information on the Islamic revolution." Choice
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