Being Modern in Iran (The CERI Series in Comparative Politics and International Studies)

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What does it mean to be modern in Iran today? Can one properly speak of modernity in relation to what many consider to be the paradigmatic Islamic state? Since its 1979 revolution seized the world's attention, the Islamic Republic of Iran has remained a subject of misunderstanding, passion, and polemic, making these questions difficult to answer―or even to ask. This book―a study of Iran's political culture in the broadest and deepest sense―looks into both of these questions by examining the tremendous changes taking place in Iran today.

Because of the difficulties posed for researchers and journalists by the nature of the regime, those interested in contemporary Iranian social life have had to rely on a small number of specialized studies―most of which overemphasize the revolution's radical break with the past and focus exclusively on the Republic's Islamic character as the decisive factor in its social reality. But modernity has not simply been banished and excluded from Iran; nor have the effects of globalization passed it by.

Drawing on her extensive ethnographic fieldwork in Iran and an encyclopedic knowledge of contemporary Iranian politics and culture, anthropologist Fariba Adelkhah investigates modernity in the Islamic Republic of Iran by looking at the growth of individualism, the bureaucracy, commercial forces, and rationalization in post-revolution Iran.

Being Modern in Iran ranges over such topics as

taxation and Islamic legitimacy;

Mayor Kharbaschi's creation of public space in Tehran;

the culture of giving;

religious economics;

the elections of 1996 and 1997, and the popular rejoicing that greeted them;

the nation-wide soccer craze;

the changing role of clerics;

the changing use of the Koran; and

the growth of competition in all areas of life.

These subjects are brought to life by vignette discussions of pigeon-fanciers, flower symbolism, funeral rites, dreams, self-help manuals, cosmetics, and much more.

Adelkhah avoids a simpleminded dualism between an "odious," backward, and repressive regime on the one side and a "kindly" civil society representing progress and freedom on the other; rather, she argues that a public space is being created through the existence of many religious, political, and economic activities. This sophisticated anthropology of the Iranian state sheds much-needed light on the unique nature of the social experiment Iran has been experiencing since the revolution.

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Since its 1979 revolution seized the world's attention, the Islamic Republic of Iran has remained a subject of misunderstanding, passion, and polemic. This book―a study of Iran's political culture in the broadest and deepest sense―examines the tremendous changes taking place in Iran today.

Most studies of contemporary Iran overemphasize the revolution's radical break with the past and focus exclusively on the Republic's Islamic character as the decisive factor in its social reality. But modernity has not simply been banished and excluded from Iran; nor have the effects of globalization passed it by. Drawing on her extensive ethnographic fieldwork in Iran and an encyclopedic knowledge of contemporary Iranian politics and culture, anthropologist Fariba Adelkhah investigates modernity in the Islamic Republic of Iran by looking at the growth of individualism, the bureaucracy, commercial forces, and rationalization in post-revolution Iran.

About the Author:

Fariba Adelkhah is a senior researcher at the Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Internationales (CERI/Sciences-po) in Paris.

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Descrizione libro Columbia University Press, United States, 2004. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. What does it mean to be modern in Iran today? Can one properly speak of modernity in relation to what many consider to be the paradigmatic Islamic state? Since its 1979 revolution seized the world s attention, the Islamic Republic of Iran has remained a subject of misunderstanding, passion, and polemic, making these questions difficult to answer-or even to ask. This book-a study of Iran s political culture in the broadest and deepest sense-looks into both of these questions by examining the tremendous changes taking place in Iran today.Because of the difficulties posed for researchers and journalists by the nature of the regime, those interested in contemporary Iranian social life have had to rely on a small number of specialized studies-most of which overemphasize the revolution s radical break with the past and focus exclusively on the Republic s Islamic character as the decisive factor in its social reality. But modernity has not simply been banished and excluded from Iran; nor have the effects of globalization passed it by.Drawing on her extensive ethnographic fieldwork in Iran and an encyclopedic knowledge of contemporary Iranian politics and culture, anthropologist Fariba Adelkhah investigates modernity in the Islamic Republic of Iran by looking at the growth of individualism, the bureaucracy, commercial forces, and rationalization in post-revolution Iran.Being Modern in Iran ranges over such topics as à taxation and Islamic legitimacy;à Mayor Kharbaschi s creation of public space in Tehran;à the culture of giving;à religious economics;à the elections of 1996 and 1997, and the popular rejoicing that greeted them;à the nation-wide soccer craze; à the changing role of clerics;à the changing use of the Koran; and à the growth of competition in all areas of life.These subjects are brought to life by vignette discussions of pigeon-fanciers, flower symbolism, funeral rites, dreams, self-help manuals, cosmetics, and much more.Adelkhah avoids a simpleminded dualism between an odious, backward, and repressive regime on the one side and a kindly civil society representing progress and freedom on the other; rather, she argues that a public space is being created through the existence of many religious, political, and economic activities. This sophisticated anthropology of the Iranian state sheds much-needed light on the unique nature of the social experiment Iran has been experiencing since the revolution. Codice libro della libreria AAC9780231119412

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Descrizione libro Columbia University Press, United States, 2004. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. What does it mean to be modern in Iran today? Can one properly speak of modernity in relation to what many consider to be the paradigmatic Islamic state? Since its 1979 revolution seized the world s attention, the Islamic Republic of Iran has remained a subject of misunderstanding, passion, and polemic, making these questions difficult to answer-or even to ask. This book-a study of Iran s political culture in the broadest and deepest sense-looks into both of these questions by examining the tremendous changes taking place in Iran today.Because of the difficulties posed for researchers and journalists by the nature of the regime, those interested in contemporary Iranian social life have had to rely on a small number of specialized studies-most of which overemphasize the revolution s radical break with the past and focus exclusively on the Republic s Islamic character as the decisive factor in its social reality. But modernity has not simply been banished and excluded from Iran; nor have the effects of globalization passed it by.Drawing on her extensive ethnographic fieldwork in Iran and an encyclopedic knowledge of contemporary Iranian politics and culture, anthropologist Fariba Adelkhah investigates modernity in the Islamic Republic of Iran by looking at the growth of individualism, the bureaucracy, commercial forces, and rationalization in post-revolution Iran.Being Modern in Iran ranges over such topics as à taxation and Islamic legitimacy;à Mayor Kharbaschi s creation of public space in Tehran;à the culture of giving;à religious economics;à the elections of 1996 and 1997, and the popular rejoicing that greeted them;à the nation-wide soccer craze; à the changing role of clerics;à the changing use of the Koran; and à the growth of competition in all areas of life.These subjects are brought to life by vignette discussions of pigeon-fanciers, flower symbolism, funeral rites, dreams, self-help manuals, cosmetics, and much more.Adelkhah avoids a simpleminded dualism between an odious, backward, and repressive regime on the one side and a kindly civil society representing progress and freedom on the other; rather, she argues that a public space is being created through the existence of many religious, political, and economic activities. This sophisticated anthropology of the Iranian state sheds much-needed light on the unique nature of the social experiment Iran has been experiencing since the revolution. Codice libro della libreria AAC9780231119412

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Descrizione libro Columbia University Press, United States, 2004. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. What does it mean to be modern in Iran today? Can one properly speak of modernity in relation to what many consider to be the paradigmatic Islamic state? Since its 1979 revolution seized the world s attention, the Islamic Republic of Iran has remained a subject of misunderstanding, passion, and polemic, making these questions difficult to answer-or even to ask. This book-a study of Iran s political culture in the broadest and deepest sense-looks into both of these questions by examining the tremendous changes taking place in Iran today.Because of the difficulties posed for researchers and journalists by the nature of the regime, those interested in contemporary Iranian social life have had to rely on a small number of specialized studies-most of which overemphasize the revolution s radical break with the past and focus exclusively on the Republic s Islamic character as the decisive factor in its social reality. But modernity has not simply been banished and excluded from Iran; nor have the effects of globalization passed it by.Drawing on her extensive ethnographic fieldwork in Iran and an encyclopedic knowledge of contemporary Iranian politics and culture, anthropologist Fariba Adelkhah investigates modernity in the Islamic Republic of Iran by looking at the growth of individualism, the bureaucracy, commercial forces, and rationalization in post-revolution Iran.Being Modern in Iran ranges over such topics as à taxation and Islamic legitimacy;à Mayor Kharbaschi s creation of public space in Tehran;à the culture of giving;à religious economics;à the elections of 1996 and 1997, and the popular rejoicing that greeted them;à the nation-wide soccer craze; à the changing role of clerics;à the changing use of the Koran; and à the growth of competition in all areas of life.These subjects are brought to life by vignette discussions of pigeon-fanciers, flower symbolism, funeral rites, dreams, self-help manuals, cosmetics, and much more.Adelkhah avoids a simpleminded dualism between an odious, backward, and repressive regime on the one side and a kindly civil society representing progress and freedom on the other; rather, she argues that a public space is being created through the existence of many religious, political, and economic activities. This sophisticated anthropology of the Iranian state sheds much-needed light on the unique nature of the social experiment Iran has been experiencing since the revolution. Codice libro della libreria BTE9780231119412

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Descrizione libro Columbia University Press. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Paperback. 208 pages. Dimensions: 8.2in. x 5.2in. x 0.4in.What does it mean to be modern in Iran today Can one properly speak of modernity in relation to what many consider to be the paradigmatic Islamic state Since its 1979 revolution seized the worlds attention, the Islamic Republic of Iran has remained a subject of misunderstanding, passion, and polemic, making these questions difficult to answer -- or even to ask. This book -- a study of Irans political culture in the broadest and deepest sense -- looks into both of these questions by examining the tremendous changes taking place in Iran today. Because of the difficulties posed for researchers and journalists by the nature of the regime, those interested in contemporary Iranian social life have had to rely on a small number of specialized studies -- most of which overemphasize the revolutions radical break with the past and focus exclusively on the Republics Islamic character as the decisive factor in its social reality. But modernity has not simply been banished and excluded from Iran; nor have the effects of globalization passed it by. Drawing on her extensive ethnographic fieldwork in Iran and an encyclopedic knowledge of contemporary Iranian politics and culture, anthropologist Fariba Adelkhah investigates modernity in the Islamic Republic of Iran by looking at the growth of individualism, the bureaucracy, commercial forces, and rationalization in post-revolution Iran. Being Modern in Iran ranges over such topics as taxation and Islamic legitimacy; Mayor Kharbaschis creation of public space in Tehran; the culture of giving; religious economics; the elections of 1996 and 1997, and the popular rejoicing that greeted them; the nation-wide soccer craze; the changing role of clerics; the changing use of the Koran; and the growth of competition in all areas of life. These subjects are brought to life by vignette discussions of pigeon-fanciers, flower symbolism, funeral rites, dreams, self-help manuals, cosmetics, and much more. Adelkhah avoids a simpleminded dualism between an odious, backward, and repressive regime on the one side and a kindly civil society representing progress and freedom on the other; rather, she argues that a public space is being created through the existence of many religious, political, and economic activities. This sophisticated anthropology of the Iranian state sheds much-needed light on the unique nature of the social experiment Iran has been experiencing since the revolution. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Codice libro della libreria 9780231119412

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