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    to school? What if someone told you, you can’t work here? Some women have been killed for disobeying these rules. If someone has told you any of these things, then you might be an Iranian woman. Since most people can remember not just Iranian women but women in the Middle East have had a difficult life. A lot of these women do not have their basic human rights. Sure things have gotten a little better over time but they are still way far behind and it’s not right. And sure there is still a problem with women’s rights and the sexism all over the world, even here in the United States. But if you go to Iran or a lot of these countries in the Middle East…

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    Persian Girls Summary

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    Persian Girls is the biography of a writer who lived in a country where women have been facing discrimination and oppression since the past many decades. The memoir identifies the life of an ordinary Iranian girl who is not willing to conform to the stereotypical norms of the society and her family. The girl wanted to pursue her career in writing and achieve success. The literary work is an effort to highlight the problems faced by women in Muslim World that do not give them the freedom to live…

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    Offside Movie Essay

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    chaos that ensues. The movie touches on the struggles of women in Iran. The use of technical…

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    be very difficult develop a sense of belonging. As we find out from three different women, finding your identity in these situations…

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    United States of America after the 1953 Iranian Coup. The CIA and the British were the masterminds of the coup. It removed the Prime Minister of Iran, Mohammad Mosaddegh. His plan was to nationalize Iranian oil and reduce America’s and England’s intervention in Iran. Both countries were worried of the plan and launched…

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    Women's Rights In Iran

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    “Women in particular know that their government deprives them of freedoms that women elsewhere take for granted” (Downing 28). The women of Iran have had a difficult history of fighting for change. One of the few rights these women have earned is the right to vote. In 1963, they were able to gain the right to vote due to the increase of women’s movements around the world. Iran’s women’s movement has become one of the most well known in the last two decades (Price 336). However, they still…

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    ideologies in Iran developed, Iranians joined together while fighting for the ultimate removal of the Shah from Iran in 1979, during the Islamic Revolution. Through these factors, Islamic ideals and values would be placed in the highest position within the government, displaying a lack of populist ideals and ways in the new Islamic Republic of Iran. After the first constitutional…

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    Cultures from all across the globe differ by the types of government from which they’re lead by. One prime example of this can be seen in Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi, where young Marjane grows up watching her beloved, modernized homeland get converted into a traditionalist Theocracy during the Iranian Revolution. This abrupt change in culture shows just how much influence the government has on culture in general. Throughout Marjane’s life several different aspects of the Iranian culture were…

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    Iranian Immigrants

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    United States population is made of immigrants from other countries such as England, Ireland, French, Spain, Russia, and lot more. As time passed, the number or immigrants started to increase. Some of these immigrations were for pleasure as others were forced. Not all of them have the same reasons. This paper focuses on the less known immigrants from Middle East, Iranian, and the reason why they immigrated to the United States. Iran is a very small country, with a population of nearly eighty-…

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    Comprehension Check (Page 93) The Americans had asked many questions to have more of an understanding of where she was from. The young Dumas had thought that Americans did not know a lot about geography. She had taught them how to say “I am an idiot” thinking it was a bad word. After the revolution Americans had thought they knew everything about Iran and its people and they have strong opinions about it. Summary: The story “With a little help from my friends” is an excerpt from a non-fiction…

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