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Journal:   NAMEH-YE OLUM-E EJTEMAI   Fall-Winter 2001 , Volume NEW , Number 16; Page(s) 63 To 89.
 
Paper: 

The Role Of The Various Societies I N "Mashrooteh Movement"

 
 
Author(s):  Kharabi Farough*
 
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Abstract: 
After the formal announcement of "Mashrooteh", several societies under the title of "the official and the non - official ones" , first in Tabriz and then in most cities and certain villages, were established. The Iranian people welcomed these societies very much. Hence, they played a significant role in the social and political affairs of Iran during the early issues and events of the first two years of "Mashrooteh Movement". Before the formal announcement of "Mashrooteh", the Iranian people had no social and political rights. They were considered as the Persian kings"slaves only. Thus, through their participating in these societies, they experienced social, political, collective, organized,..., activities for the first time.
 
Keyword(s): "MASHROOTEH MOVEMENT", SOCIETY, OFFICIAL AND NON OFFICIAL SOCIETIES, REGIONAL SOCIETY
 
 
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KHARABI, F. (2001). THE ROLE OF THE VARIOUS SOCIETIES I N "MASHROOTEH MOVEMENT" . NAMEH-YE OLUM-E EJTEMAI, NEW(16), 63-89. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=23082



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KHARABI FAROUGH. THE ROLE OF THE VARIOUS SOCIETIES I N "MASHROOTEH MOVEMENT" . NAMEH-YE OLUM-E EJTEMAI. 2001 [cited 2022January21];NEW(16):63-89. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=23082



IEEE: Copy

KHARABI, F., 2001. THE ROLE OF THE VARIOUS SOCIETIES I N "MASHROOTEH MOVEMENT" . NAMEH-YE OLUM-E EJTEMAI, [online] NEW(16), pp.63-89. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=23082.



 
 
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