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Journal:   POLICE MANAGEMENT STUDIES QUARTERLY (PMSQ)   SUMMER 2011 , Volume 6 , Number 2; Page(s) 194 To 207.
 
Paper: 

ROOTS AND FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO TRIBAL CRISIS MANAGEMENT IN THE POST–REVOLUTION PERIOD IN IRAN (CASE STUDY: KURDISTAN)

 
 
Author(s):  SAFAVI SEYED YAHYA, ALIPOUR ABBAS
 
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Abstract: 

Background and Objectives: A series of factors and constituents have changed Kurdistan into a critical region during the post-revolution period. The present study reviews and measures the ethnic crises in Iranian Kurdistan during the post-revolution period and the role of the crisis creating factors in shaping the crisis, as well.
Method: The present paper is among post-event researches in terms of nature and method. Statistical population includes Kurdistan ethnic experts' living in Tehran. The data collection instrument is a self-made questionnaire designed in the range of validity of the Lickert scale which was approved through using Chronbach's Alpha.
Findings: Various factors and constituents have had important role in ethnic crisis formation. The most important factors contributing to emergence of ethnic crises are: role of elites, the interference of foreign forces and the specific conditions of transition period. The fourfold constituent are: security related and political, social and cultural, natural geographic, and ultimately the economic constituents.
Conclusion: Understanding the factors and constituents leading to crisis requires, a master strategy (short, medium and long term) to reduce the impacts of the crisis. Paying attention to social and cultural factors and commonalities of Kurds with those living in the center and paving grounds for development of the region may help efforts being made regarding poverty eradication along with political and security.

 
Keyword(s): TRIBAL CRISIS MANAGEMENT, CRISIS, KURDISTAN, KURDISH TRIBES, ELITES, SECURITY, IRAN, TRIBAL REGIONS
 
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