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English Synopses of Recent Social Science Studies

This section presents synopses of recent studies in the field of social science that have been published in Iran. If you are interested in providing synopses for this site, please let us know.

Abdi, Abbas. The Prison and the Prisoner. Social Pathology in Iran [Tasire zendan bar Zendani; Asib-shenasi-e Ejtema’i dar Iran. Tehran: Mo’assese-ye Tahqiqati va Ejtema’i-ye Nur (1377 [1998]). 

Abdi, Abbas and Mohsen Gudarzi. Cultural Changes in Iran [Taghyirat-e Farhangi dar Iran]. Tehran: Ravesh (1378 [1999]).

Ahmadi, Hamid. Ethnicity and Sectarianism in Iran; From Myth to Reality [Qomiyat va Qowmgarayi dar Iran; az Afsane ta Vaqe’iayat]. Tehran: Nashr-e Ney (1387 [2008/2009]).

Azad-Armaki, Taqi. Haunts and Modernity in Iran [Patoq va Modernite-ye Irani]. Tehran: Lowh-e Fekr (1384 [2005]).

Azad-Armaki, Taqi and Gholamreza Ghaffari. Sociology of Generations in Iran [Jame’e shenasi nasli dar Iran]. Tehran: Pajuheshkade-ye Olum-e Ensani va Ejtema’i.

Kashi, Mohammed Javad Qolamreza. The Magic of Discourse [Jaduye Goftar]. Tehran: Ayande Puyan (1379 [2000]).

Khosravi, Khosro. Sociology of the Village in Tehran [Jame'e Shenasi-e Deh dar Iran]. Tehran: Markaz-e Nashr-e Daneshgahi (1372 [1993-1994]).

Mohseni, Manuchehr. Examining Social and Cultural Awareness, Attitudes, and Beliefs in Iran [Barresi-ye Agahi-ha Negaresh-ha va Raftar-ha-ye Ejtema'I va Farhangi dar Iran]. Tehran: Mo'avenat-e Padjuheshi va Amuzeshi-ye Vezarat-e Farhang va Ershad-e Eslami (1376 [1997-1998]).

Piran, Parviz; Saeed Hajjarian; Hosein Bashiriye; Mohammad Reza Tajik; Abbas Abdi, and Abdol’Ali Rezai. The New Choice; Sociological Analysis of the May 23rd Event [Entekhabe now; Tahlil-e Jame’e Shenasane az Vaqe’eye Dovvom-e Khordad]. Tehran: Tarh-e Now (1377 [1998-1999]).

Rafi’pur, Faramarz. Anomie or Social Chaos; An Inquiry about the Potential of Anomie in Tehran [Anomi ya Ashoftegi-ha-ye Ejtema’I; Pajuheshi darbare-ye Potansiyel-e Anomi dar Tehran]. Tehran: Sherkat-e Sorush (1378 [1999]).