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Mohammad Ali Kadivar
New Texts Out Now: Mohammad Ali Kadivar, Alliances and Perception Profiles in the Iranian Reform Movement, 1997 to 2005
Mohammad Ali Kadivar, “Alliances and Perception Profiles in the Iranian Reform Movement, 1997 to 2005.” American Sociological Review 78 (December 2013). Jadaliyya (J): What made you write this article? Mohammad Ali Kadivar (MAK): I actually grew up with the Iranian Reform Movement. The beginning of the movement in 1997 was also the start of my politicization. I was in high school during the first four years. I remember how excited we all were about the changes taking ...Keep Reading »
Mohammad Ali Kadivar was born and raised in Iran, and is currently a PhD candidate in the sociology department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has studied the shifting alliances in the Iranian Reform Movement 1997-2005. His current research looks at the long-term effect of democratic movements in young democracies across the globe. He also writes commentaries on Iranian politics in English and Farsi.