By Annabelle Sreberny, Massoumeh Torfeh
The Islamic Republic of Iran has entered its fourth decade, and the values and legacy of the Revolution it used to be based upon proceed to have profound and contradictory outcomes for Iranian lifestyles. regardless of the repressive energy of the present regime the titanic creativity of well known cultural practices, that negotiate and withstand a repressive method, is a powerful and dynamic strength. This publication attracts at the services and event of Iranian and foreign lecturers and activists to handle varied components of social and cultural innovation which are using switch and growth. whereas non secular conservatism is still the creed of the institution, this quantity uncovers an underground global of latest know-how, media and leisure that speaks to girls looking a better public function and a stressed more youthful iteration that organizes and engages with worldwide developments on-line.
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The ‘Personal is Political’ was the phrase echoed across the USA during nationwide civil rights protests. Just as involvement in pushing for discourse shifts and social change led many young people down the path of political involvement in the USA and Europe, so too has involvement in the sexual revolution paved the path toward more overt political activism for many urban young Iranians. And just as civil disobedience was the primary strategy in the counterculture of the USA and Europe four decades ago, so too is this the strategy employed by members of the Green Movement in Iran today.
Committed Iranian women thus participated in ‘defensive Jihad’ through a multitude of activities ranging from taking care of the wounded or the family members of martyrs, to baking bread or sewing uniforms for the soldiers of Islam. Marzieh Hadidchi Dabbagh, a confidante of Khomeini, one of his bodyguards and a member of the second, third and fifth Islamic parliaments was appointed Commander of the Pasdaran in western Iran, but women were never asked to sacrifice their lives for the country (see Kian-Thiebaut, 2004).
Therefore some limitations were imposed to the sampling for this study. Girls and women were also less interested and daring to stop and answer questions because of the many social constrictions they operate within. I continued to interview until a pattern of repeated responses began to emerge. This survey allowed me to delineate five types of non-conformist youth, two of which are female and the remaining three male. I have called these five types: distinctive boys, distinctive girls, pretentious boys, hedonistic boys and ordinary girls.
Cultural Revolution in Iran: Contemporary Popular Culture in the Islamic Republic by Annabelle Sreberny, Massoumeh Torfeh