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Mini Research Assignment. What are the pre-revolution norms and expectations of Iranian societal institutions such as schools, religion, families, and government and how did they impact the citizens of Iran, the U.S., and/or the rest of the world?. Paige Knapke p3 12/16/13. Schools.

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Paige knapke p3 12 16 13

Mini Research Assignment

What are the pre-revolution norms and expectations of Iranian societal institutions such as schools, religion, families, and government and how did they impact the citizens of Iran, the U.S., and/or the rest of the world?

Paige Knapke p3 12/16/13


Schools

Schools

  • Under Mohammed Reza Shah advances in education were made for the entire population of Iran- Secular Education

  • Women were literate but didn’t all have formal or higher educations. Their school curriculum supported the teaching of girls to be nurturing mothers and providers.

  • During Shah increasing economic activity in Iran played a large role in the increase in education. Job market opened up, creating new positions that needed to be filled. This larger market also led to an increased opportunity for women in the both the work force and education.


Families

Families

  • Married relatively young, especially in rural areas

  • 1929- the Shah issued a law forcing Iranians to wear more Western clothing, and later requiring European hats, and banning women from wearing the chadur(veil).

  • Men were leaders in society.


Religion

Religion

  • Mostly traditional Islamic

  • 1928- replacement of religious judges and lawyers with secularly educated ones. Reduced the influence of shari'a (Islamic law) and the ulama in the courts. The ulama still had influence regarding marriage, divorce and child custody.


Government

Government

  • Reza Shah rose to power and took over the leadership of Iran, ushering in the Pahlavi regime between 1921 and 1925. During MuhammedReza Shah's reign, Iran changed from a monarchy into a dictatorship. Shah’s control was established mainly through the Senate and his family.

  • Reza Shah's worked to nationalize and secularize law in Iran and towards more state control of all government functions.

  • 1928- replacement of religious judges and lawyers with secularly educated ones. Reduced the influence of shari'a (Islamic law) and the ulama in the courts. The ulama still had influence regarding marriage, divorce and child custody.

  • Pahlavi regime introduced modernity into Iran. Many of their reforms centered around women and placing them in the public eye.

  • White Revolution

  • Oil Industry boosted economy. Also caused conflict with nearby countries who wanted to take over their industry, supplied others with oil, and expanded trade.


Works citied

Works Citied

  • http://badraie.com/beforeafter09.htm

  • http://www.iranchamber.com/society/articles/women_prepost_revolutionary_iran1.php


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