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Concepts and Context

  • Seyed Mohammad LolakiEmail author
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Abstract

This chapter examines Political Islam in the Iranian context and starts by providing a definition with particular reference to an application of ideological thought. It analyses the key ideas associated with Khomeini, Shariati and Bazargan. This chapter forms the theoretical foundation for the following corpus.

Keywords

Khomeini Shariati Bazargan Ideology Political Islam Iran 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Anglican Action, Te Ara Hou VillageCentre for Social JusticeHamiltonNew Zealand

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