Iranian Women in Times of Great Contention: A Comparison of Women's Mobilization in the Iranian Revolution and the 2009 Election Protests
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Political Science/International Relations (POSI)
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Bachelor of Arts
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Tue, 15 May 2012 21:31:14 GMT
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Iran, women, contention, mobilization, network, resources, biographical availability, political opportunity structure, efficacy, framing, Iranian Revolution, protests
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