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Against All Odds: The women's movement in the Islamic Republic of Iran

Homa Hoodfar and Fatemeh Sadeghi

Development, 2009, vol. 52, issue 2, 215-223

Abstract: Homa Hoodfar and Fatemeh Sadeghi look at how the women's movement built their base and strength in the 2000s in the face of a highly charged and politicized post-revolutionary Iran. Development (2009) 52, 215–223. doi:10.1057/dev.2009.19

Date: 2009
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