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Record identifier : 566859
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Shahbazi, Mohammad
Title and statement of responsibility : Formal education, school teachers, and ethnic identity among the Qashqa'i of Iran [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Washington University, 1998
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , Washington University
Summary or Abstract : This study focuses on Qashqa'i schoolteachers: the roles they played in the processes of formally educating Qashqa'i tribespeople, the ways they prepared their students for new roles within a changing Iran, and the extent to which they enculturated them with values held by earlier generations. The Qashqa'i, currently more than half a million Turkish-speaking tribespeople, live in southwestern Iran and are Shi'i Muslims. State-induced political centralization among the Qashqa'i emerged in the late eighteenth century and led to the formation of the Qashqa'i confederation. The Qashqa'i were connected through commonly shared political figures, language, cultural symbols, and memories. Many of them migrated semiannually and seasonally, activities providing social and cultural meanings for the people. Political events during the 1920s and thereafter, connected with the attempted formation of a modern nation-state, caused many changes for the Qashqa'i, including their systems of social meanings and cultural knowledge. Later, state officials supported a locally initiated literacy program to promote new political, economic, and sociocultural patterns that would favor the regime and the development of political unity and cultural homogeneity in Iran..
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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