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Record identifier : 566857
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Rostam-Kolayi, Jasamin Karin
Title and statement of responsibility : The women's press, modern education, and the state in early twentieth-century Iran, 1900--1930s [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : University of California, Los Angeles, 2000
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , University of California, Los Angeles
Summary or Abstract : The role of women pioneers, who worked through the new medium of the Iranian women's press to initiate and direct reforms for women in the domains of education, dress, family law, and professional opportunities, is examined. An explanation is offered as to why these women were such loyal supporters of the increasingly authoritarian, patriarchal state of the Reza Shah period.Diverse sources such as the Persian-language periodical and women's press, government yearbooks, French and American missionary reports, and memoirs are utilized to construct several interrelated narratives. A study of the earliest private and public girls' schools opened by foreign organizations, missionaries, Iranian religious minorities, and Iranian Muslims sets up the context for a discussion of the women's journal Alam-e Nesvan (Women's World, 1920-1934). A product of the efforts of the graduates of Iran Bethel, the American Mission school for girls in Tehran, this journal played an important role in shaping the ideology of Iran's newly educated, urban upper and middle classes..
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