With Timothy J. Carter and Daniel M. Crowley, just published (now online) a nifty study about accounts. It is in Symbolic Interaction and titled, Cooperative Accounts: Avoiding Conflict and Repairing Social Relations.
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This study investigates cycles of social protest in Iran from 1890 to the present era. The social movements include: the 1890-1892 Tobacco Movement; the 1906-1909 Constitutional Revolution; two post-World War II movements, the Tudeh (Masses) and the National Front; the 1963 Qom Protest; the 1978-1979 Iranian Revolution and the Iranian Reform Movement. These movements confronted two primary questions: How should the Iranian state achieve independence in the world and what rights should individual Iranians enjoy in their political and social system? This is an examination of the framing of these questions and their answers by various Iranian political actors over time.
Rowman and Littlefield Publishing
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