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Mokhtari A, Mohammadzadeh A. Representation Ideological Ideas of Educational System of Constitutionalism and Political Open Space in 1320s. MJSS. 2016; 7 (3) :133-163
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1- Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science University of Yasouj, Yasouj, Iran
2- Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science Islamic Azad University Shahrood, Shahrood, Iran
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With regard to cultural studies approach and quality method, This research tries to represents the educational system ideas from Era of constitutionalism until Political Open Space in 1320s in order to perceive it in spite of its democratic nature of social changes, and also focuses on how authoritarian ideology were represented in educational system. Besides, according to constitutional revolution, forming of quasi-modern and national movement, have democratic ideas been instructed or not? This research by study of educational system as an important Ideological system in reproduction of power shows that during this period, content and the way of teaching of educational system were adapted with authoritarian discourse that was ruled between dualisms of school / family relation and sensitive subject of school was under inspiration and dictating of some mechanisms such as: authoritarianism, assimilation, dualism, conservatism, fatalism, tenderness, virtue, weaken of self- confidence and patience. Meanwhile there wasn't seemed to be any different and conflict discourse encounter with authoritarian discourse during this period.    
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