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Abedini E, Keshavarz A, Morshedizade A. Compares the contexts of the Islamic Revolution of Iran and the revolution of Egypt based on the theoretical model of John Furan. MJSS. 2017; 9 (1) :97-138
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1- Shahed University
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This article compares the contexts of the Islamic Revolution of Iran and the revolution of Egypt based on the theoretical model of John Foran. It is attempted to answer this question that what the similarities and differences between the revolutions of Iran and Egypt are, that the Iranian revolution has won and continued, But the Egyptian revolution did not continue after victory. The theoretical framework of this article is the John Foran's combined model of the third world social revolutions. According to this model, several structural factors affect the occurrence of social revolutions, which include: 1) dependent development; 2) repressive, monopolistic and personal government; 3) formation and crystallization of political culture of resistance and revolutionary crisis; (4) the economic recession; and (5) the open relationship with the global system. The method used in this research is qualitative method and of a documentary analysis kind, as well as a historical comparison. The results indicate that according to the third world social revolution model, all the factors suggested in this model were involved in the occurrence of two Iranian-Egyptian revolutions.
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Received: 2015/04/3 | Accepted: 2016/05/18 | Published: 2017/12/22

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