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Hazeri A M, Mahdavi J. Color Revolution Shadow in Iran. MJSS. 2009; 1 (2) :157-206
URL: http://jhs.modares.ac.ir/article-25-11155-en.html
1- Assistant Professor of Sociology , at the Universitiy of Tarbiat Modares, tehran, Iran
2- Ph.D. Student of Sociology , at the University of Tarbiat Modares, tehran, Iran
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Today’s study of the common effect condition on color revolution in target countries is one of the important issues on political sociology. In this paper, we used the John Stewart Mill’s method for finding the common cause factors. These factors are social movement, civil institutions, political culutres in societies, structures, national and international situation of government and hegemony power inventing. They have an important role in the of achievement color revolution. In this paper, we used new social movement theories, mass public behavioral theories and revolution theories through comparative analysis of the most important factors in color revolution on target countries. Then we compared the same factors in the condition of Iranian society. The results indicated that Iranian society suffers for the following: miss trust, lock of team work behavior, weakness of civil institutions development, incomplete modernization expeperience, and lack of preparedness for accepting the structural changes. Also, due to lack of strong opposition power and other factors, the probability of color revolution in Iran is very weak.
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