Qajar dynasty. The revolution opened the way for fundamental change in Persia, heralding the modern era. It was a period of unprecedented debate in a burgeoning press, and new economic opportunities. Many groups fought to shape the course of the revolution, and all segments of society were in some way changed by it.
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Analysts believe that there is no null and neuter discourse, because of the lack of pure social fact, but we are faced with discourses or texts belonging to certain people, fractions, ideologies and cultures. Therefore, the text shall be viewed as a meaningful totality while this meaning is not necessarily inside the text itself.
Using a deconstructionist view, the author seeks to show the true face of the text of that article as well as reveal the meaning was attached to it at the time of its production. Deconstruction actually shows that each text has two meanings. First is a meaning and understanding which is loyal to the text and shows its one-dimensional determination. The second meaning and understanding is deconstructionist, i.
At the time when there are different understandings of the article 44, we need to understand what meanings have been attached to it when was being produced in order to realize the differences with current understandings.
Is Article 44 of the constitution of Iran practically applicable? See more details. Paper Information. Twitter 1. Mendeley
About this document click for more. Excerpt from article mentioning the exodus of Baha'i intelligentsia from Iran in , and the Baha'is' attempt at underground education. Email me if you need the rest of this article. At the same time, the newly established Islamic regime began a large-scale crackdown against its political opponents. The main opponents were two guerrilla organizations: the Marxist oriented Feda'ian-e Khalg and the Islamic rooted Mojahedin-e Khalg, which had both greatly contributed to the overthrow of the Shah's regime.
Persian Constitutional Revolution
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