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Ranjbar M, Safaee A. The Sociological Rereading of Blau’s Theory in the Poem’s of “Sayyed Ashraf Guilani” (Nasim-e Shomal). MJSS. 2014; 6 (2) :107-130
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1- 1. Assistant Professor, Department of Persian Language and Literature, University of Guilan, Rasht, Iran
2- Associate Professor, Department of Persian Language and Literature, University of Guilan, Rasht, Iran
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In recent decades, literary works have been considered as one of the important parts of documents, which is an analyzable part by sociologists for studying about the society, culture and politics. “Sayyed Ashraf Guilani”, with the nickname of ’’Nasim-e Shomal’’ - who has a newspaper with this name- has had a great role in the brightness of Mashroteh period. Sayyed Ashraf has many poems about the events of Mashrooteh. In this study, it has been tried to show the way of reflecting the sociological and political works of Mashrooteh period in the poems’ of Sayyed Ashraf with a literal sociology way and also using the general asterisks of Exchange Theory of Peter Blau. For using this theory, which is a compact of the sociological behaviorism and sociological realities, first of all, different aspects of the Mashrooteh period’s poems, Sayyed Ashraf’s poems from the beginning of Mashrooteh to the beginning of Reza Khan period autarchy kingdom are been investigated. Then thesy poems has been divided into three groups: 1- criticism, interchangeable poems, 2- organizing, veneration poems, and 3- cognizance poems. The last aim of this study is to analyze the effect of Sayyed Ashraf on Mashrooteh movement based on the sociological theories to show the completed stretchers of unity between the revolutionaries and the people in Mashrooteh period.     
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