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Literacy Corps in Pahlavi Iran, 1963-1979

Farian Sabahi

Literacy Corps in Pahlavi Iran, 1963-1979

political, social, and literary implications

by Farian Sabahi

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Published by Editrice Sapiens in Lugano [Switzerland] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Iran
    • Subjects:
    • Iran. Sipāh-i Dānish.,
    • Literacy programs -- Iran -- Case studies.,
    • Politics and education -- Iran -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Iran -- Politics and government -- 1941-1979.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementFarian Sabahi.
      GenreCase studies.
      SeriesSapiens tesi universitarie
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLC157.3 .S33 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination340 p. :
      Number of Pages340
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3655020M
      LC Control Number2002507452

      The Literacy Corps in Pahlavi Iran (): Political, Social and Literary Implications, Sapiens, Lugano This monograph is based on diaries, autobiographies and novels written in Iran by the literacy corpsmen involved in teaching in rural areas (within the so-called White. educational program implemented in Iran in the framework of the White Revolution () during the reign of Muhammad-Reza Pahlavi (). With the Literacy Corps, education to some extent escaped the control of them, who used to shape the younger generation along traditional lines.

      The only extensive commentary on the Shâh's book in Persian is the apologetic work of Zarrynqalam, 'Ali, Sayri dar Ketâb Enqelâb Sefid (Tehran, / ). English readers may find useful Points for Progress: A Glimpse into the Far-reaching Effects of Iran's ‘White Revolution’, published by the Iranian Ministry of Information in The Shah of Iran. Mohammad Reza Pahlavi was the Shah of Iran from Septem , until his overthrow by the Iranian Revolution on Febru He came to power during World War II after an Anglo-Soviet invasion forced the abdication of his father, Reza Shah.

      - Explore sarairanis's board "Beautiful IRAN before The Dark Islamic Revolution ", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Iran, Pahlavi dynasty and Revolution pins. Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi was the last Shah of Iran who reigned from to and introduced many reforms to foster economic developments in Iran. One of the 11 children of his father, he was the eldest son among his siblings and was proclaimed the crown prince when his father established the Pahlavi dynasty in Iran.


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Literacy Corps in Pahlavi Iran, 1963-1979 by Farian Sabahi Download PDF EPUB FB2

In an operation as large as the Literacy Corps and in a country like Iran, some activity of this sort is to be expected” (10 Mayn. A, The Literacy Corps - Growing Maturity, NARA SOC Iran). Two decades of White Revolution improved standards of living.

an uncertain future," is as true of that time as it is of today's Iran. Shireen Mahdavi University of Utah The Literacy Corps in Pablavi Iran (): Political4 Social and Literacy Implications, Farian Sabahi, Lugano: SAPIENS testi universitarie,ISBN:.

Request PDF | On Jan 1,F. Sabahi and others published The Literacy Corps in Pahlavi Iran, | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. The literacy corps in Pahlavi Iran (): political, social and literary implications.

This article is an investigation into the Literacy Corps which took place within the White Revolution implemented in Iran from to during the reign () of the late Muhammad Reza Pahlavi.

According to the Literacy Corps programme, young 1963-1979 book holding the diploma of secondary education (mainly urban Cited by: 3. The Literacy Corps (sepah-e danesh) was implemented in Iran in the Literacy Corps in Pahlavi Iran of the White Revolution () during the reign of Muhammad Reza Pahlavi ().

Suggested by the Kennedy administration as an alternative to red revolutions and as a condition to US aid, the White Revolution aimed at propelling Iran onto the level of the Author: F. Sabahi. The Literacy Corps in Pahlavi Iran (): political, social and literary implications.

Author: Seyed, Farian Sabahi. ISNI: Awarding Body: School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London) Current Institution: SOAS, University of London. Università degli Studi di Torino. Abstract. This article is an investigation into the Literacy Corps which took place within the White Revolution implemented in Iran from to during the.

The Literacy Corps programme was responsible for a total ofcorpsmen corpswomen in the period to the end of The main problem facing the organization was finding the money (nearly two billion rials assuming an annual strength of 10,) to pay for the corpsmen' s services. The Literacy Corps in Pahlavi Iran, 19 6 3 —19 7 9 According to two government decrees is-sued on 26 October and 3 Decemberand approved by the Majles on 26 Januaryyoung men holding a secondary edu-cation diploma — mainly urban middle-class youth — were given the option of serving in the Literacy Corps instead of serving in the.

The demonstrations of June 5 and 6, also called the events of June or (using the Iranian calendar) the 15 Khordad uprising (Persian: تظاهرات پانزده خرداد ‎), were protests in Iran against the arrest of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini after his denouncement of.

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The Literacy Corps () The literacy corps took place over the White Revolution, which occurred under Muhammad Reza Pahlavi. It was believed by the government that the majority of the population was illiterate and the Literacy Corps was an attempt to change the statistics.

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Sabahi. The Literacy Corps in Pahlavi Iran (): political, social and literary implications. by: Sabahi Seyed, Farian Published: () The Literacy Corps in Pahlavi Iran (): political, social and literary implications.

by: Sabahi Seyed, Farian Published: (). Viaggio tra i musulmani d’Occidente” () and “The Literacy Corps in Pahlavi Iran ” (). As a professional journalist she covers Islamic issues for IlSole24Ore, the Corriere della Sera sup.

Peace Corps volunteers thus witnessed and participated in major state-sponsored projects in s Iran, such as the teaching of English in middle and secondary schools and the Literacy Corps.

Three of the four presenters on this panel were Peace Corps volunteers in Iran during the s and later became scholars of modern Iran. Due to Imam’s special attention to education sector and wise educational policies, literacy rate was dramatically improved and special opportunities were initiated at primary and higher educational levels.

Iran accomplished great scientific and. Seyed Farian Sabahi, “The Literacy Corps in Pahlavi Iran (–): Political, Social and Literary Implications,”Cahier d'etudes sur la Mediterranee orientale et le monde turco-iranien, No.

31, janvier-juin,(accessed Ma ). Storia dell’Iran (History of Iran), Bruno Mondadori, Milan This book is a detailed monograph exploring the history of Iran from the end of the Qajar dynasty up to the presidential elections of First editionsecond editionpages.

The Literacy Corps in Pahlavi Iran (): political, social and. The White Revolution (Persian: انقلاب سفید ‎ Enqelāb-e Sefid) or the Shah and People Revolution (Persian: انقلاب شاه و مردم ‎ Enqelāb-e Shāh o Mardom) was a far-reaching series of reforms in Iran launched in by the Shah, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, which lasted until He reformed the program which was built especially to weaken those classes that supported.

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