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New Texts Out Now: Mohammad Ali Kadivar, Alliances and Perception Profiles in the Iranian Reform Movement, 1997 to 2005

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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 ...

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Mohammad Ali Kadivar

 

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.