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Revolution and Constitutionalism in the Ottoman Empire and Iran
Articles Cited by. American Journal of Sociology 6 , , Comparative Studies in Society and History 44 1 , , Environmental earth sciences 72 9 , , Environmental earth sciences 74 7 , , Ann Shola Eds. University of Chicago, Department of Sociology , Environmental Science and Pollution Research 24 25 , , International Journal of Agriculture and Crop Sciences 5 11 , , Articles 1—20 Show more. Help Privacy Terms. Historicizing revolutions: constitutional revolutions in the Ottoman Empire, Iran, and Russia, N Sohrabi American Journal of Sociology 6 , , Global waves, local actors: What the Young Turks knew about other revolutions and why it mattered N Sohrabi Comparative Studies in Society and History 44 1 , , Evaluation of groundwater chemistry and its suitability for drinking and agricultural uses in the Lenjanat plain, central Iran V Amiri, N Sohrabi, MA Dadgar Environmental earth sciences 74 7 , , This is not an austere historical narrative written [End Page ] in a dry and dull fashion, but a highly analytical study aiming to situate the Young Turk Revolution of — one of the major political developments of the early 20 th century and a topic of importance not only for Turkey, but also for all the territories in Europe, Asia, and Africa that formed part of the Ottoman empire at that time — within the larger sociological context of revolutions.
Sociologists who work on revolutions will benefit immensely from this work and especially from its rich and original theoretical discussion.
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The study is also revolutionary in that it investigates the importance of two major revolutions i. Furthermore, basing itself upon meticulous archival research, the work reinterprets important aspects of late Ottoman history and society.
For instance, it reconstructs the so-called March 31 Incident the counterrevolution of in a way that helps the reader understand the real causes of this event. Sohrabi shows that the counterrevolution was not merely an expression of religious fanaticism, as Turkish historiography has maintained for many decades.
http://mail.expanditnow.com/live-the-sugar-free-life-sugar-free-and-guilt-free-cookbook.php The study also deftly challenges the dominant explanation regarding the emergence of Turkish nationalism, which holds that it was a relatively late development originating in the Balkan Wars of Revolutions and Constitutionalism in the Ottoman Empire and Iran clearly establishes that Turkism appeared as a new interpretation of Ottomanism and as a proto-nationalism by attributing a centripetal role to the Turkish ethnic group within the Ottoman Empire long before these wars. One minor shortcoming of the study is the imbalance between its treatments of the two major revolutions.
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While the coverage of the Iranian revolution of is extensive by general standards, it nonetheless appears more or less as a case study providing data for comparison in a monograph focusing heavily on the Young Turk Revolution. In summary, the study is a theoretically rich and rigorously executed work on a key issue that has no parallel in Turkish, Persian, and major European languages. Sohrabi's original study fills an enormous and critical gap in our knowledge of the seminal period , and renders an invaluable service to a number of fields, including Ottoman and Iranian histories and sociology of revolutions.
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