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Iran’s Struggles for Social Justice : Economics, Agency, Justice, Activism (Hardcover)
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This edited volume examines the key aspects of the present challenges pertaining to Iran’s century-long struggles for social justice. It focuses on the issue of increasing social inequalities in the wider sense of the term in post-revolutionary Iran. As an interdisciplinary book, it offers analyses and experiences of stellar academics and terrific activists from a variety of perspectives—namely, (a) secular and Islamic approaches, (b) diverse economic analyses (including the political economy approach), (c) views related to the history of modern Iran, (d) from the perspectives of women’s, workers’, student movements, and finally, (e) views pertaining to the question of justice, agency, and education.
Genre: Political Science, Social Science
Publisher: Springer Verlag
Street Date: January 17, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-33-2138