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Mohammadi M. The role of teachers and students of new schools in the Iranian constitutional revolution. JHS 2021; 12 (2) :411-435
URL: http://jhs.modares.ac.ir/article-25-28138-en.html
Assistant Professor , mmohammadi87@yahoo.com
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The Constitutional Revolution is one of the most important events in contemporary history or Iran. This revolution had important political and social consequences in Iranian society. The analysts of Constitutional Revolution have dealt with the role of intellectuals, marketers and clerics but this deals with the role of groups such as teachers, students and graduates of new schools in the occurrence of the Constitutional Revolution. This article explains the role of new schools in the victory of the Constitutional Revolution. Gathering evidence by documentary method and analyzing evidence by narrative analysis method. According to historical documents teachers, students and Graduates of new schools were one of the influential forces in the Constitutional Revolution. The curriculum, school teachers, reading critical books and newspapers, formed attitudes, trendencies, and skills in school students who actively participated in the constitutional revolution to change and reform their status que. This article confirms the claim that education can change society.
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Article Type: Qualitative Research | Subject: History
Published: 2021/02/24

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