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Hesamghazi R, Eslami M, Mirghiasi S A. The position of logistical, defensive and offensive market mobilization in the Islamic Revolution of Iran. JHS 2022; 14 (1) :381-412
URL: http://jhs.modares.ac.ir/article-25-60092-en.html
1- Assistant Professor of Political Science , rhesam189@gmail.com
2- Master of Political Science
3- Assistant Professor of Political Science
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Considering the importance of the political mobilization of the bazaar in the 1957 revolution based on the unquestionable support that it provided in areas such as the construction of mosques and takayas and financing of the clergy, the purpose of the upcoming research is to investigate the action of the bazaar and the bazaar people as an influential social force during the Islamic revolution with a descriptive-explanatory method. and tries to answer the question that what role did the political mobilization of the traditional market play in the process of collective action in the 1957 Iranian Islamic Revolution? In response to this question, based on Charles Tilly's theory of collective action, the role of the market's logistical, defensive and offensive political mobilization on the revolution of 1957 is discussed, and according to the findings of the research, considering the role of the market in logistical mobilization in areas such as the construction of mosques and takaya and The financing of the clergy was discussed, and also in the offensive mobilization of the bazaar by examining the presence of the bazaar in political organizations such as the Islamic Federation and in the defensive mobilization in the joining of the bazaars to the nationwide strikes to support the 1957 revolution, the role of the bazaar in this revolution is discussed.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: History
Published: 2022/09/22

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