Volume 8, Issue 30 (2015)                   LCQ 2015, 8(30): 240-248 | Back to browse issues page

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hajiyan K. qwdfg fgh sdfg nmbv. LCQ. 2015; 8 (30) :240-248
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-29-8358-en.html
Abstract:   (1966 Views)
* The Islamic Revolution of Iran, which shows a fundamental shift in the values and ideas of a nation, is undoubtedly derived from our cultural traditions, because any change in the mentality of a society occurs only in the context of the continuous flow of the history. Therefore, it must be studied with a two-sided cause and effect approach. Change, as a result of the Revolution, in the content and form and domains of different types of art, including poetry and literature is a clear observation. Studying the role of the Persian language, which has been the language and home to the Revolution, has a very important role in the realization of and promoting the values of the Revolution throughout the world. It is a must to study this role especially in countries located inside Iran's cultural domain due to the shared values and cultural ties. Accordingly, Afghanistan and Tajikistan are at the centre of focus in this study. * In this study, the importance of such examination is demonstrated first, including a brief review of the historical and cultural ties between Iran and those countries located inside Iran's cultural domain (especially Afghanistan and Tajikistan), which is then followed by reviewing the role of the Persian language and literature in promoting the values of the Islamic Revolution in those countries by focusing on the literature of the Revolution.    
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Received: 2015/01/5 | Accepted: 2015/04/14 | Published: 2015/06/22

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