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Women in the Resistance Movement in Iran

  • Haideh Moghissi
Part of the Women’s Studies at York Series book series (WSYS)

Abstract

Feminist discourse, and particularly the struggle to include the element of choice in women’s lives and to undo the social construction of gender, are new developments in Iran. However, striving for increased access for women to society’s resources and to improve the quality of women’s lives and their legal status is not new.

Keywords

Iranian Society Resistance Movement Populist Tendency Islamic Regime National Liberation Movement 
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© Haleh Afshar 1993

Authors and Affiliations

  • Haideh Moghissi
    • 1
  1. 1.Queen’s UniversityCanada

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