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Interacting among State and Public Sphere in Contemporary History of Iran

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The goal of this study is interaction among state and public sphere as part of civil society in Iran contemporary periods. Public sphere is an index for open society and transformation toward democracy. Habermas theory about public sphere were my guide theoretical framework, the methodology was documental, data collected from historian documents. Results of study shows that public sphere in contemporary history of Iran is very weak and periodical, public sphere sunrise and fall by change of power and government, the role of governor's politician in the opening of this space is important.


International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 59)
H. Mohammadzadeh, "Interacting among State and Public Sphere in Contemporary History of Iran", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 59, pp. 40-43, 2015
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