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  1. Religious minorities at risk

    Basedau, Matthias
    New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2023]

    "This study constitutes the most comprehensive examination of conflict behavior by religious minorities to date. Neither the general literature on domestic conflict and civil war nor the religious conflict literature contains many studies which focus on religious minorities. In fact, most of the previous cross-country empirical studies of religious minorities and all of them which include grievance variables include among their authors at least one of this study's authors. The previous studies are based on data which is more limited and less comprehensive than the RMAR dataset"--

  2. Religious minorities in Iran

    Sanasarian, Eliz
    Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000.

    Eliz Sanasarian's book explores the political and ideological relationship between non-Muslim religious minorities in Iran and the state during the formative years of the Islamic Republic to the present day. Her analysis is based on a detailed examination of the history and experiences of the Armenians, Assyrians, Chaldeans, Jews, Zoroastrians, Bahais and Iranian Christians, and describes how these communities have responded to state policies regarding minorities. Many of her findings are constructed out of personal interviews with members of these communities. While the book is essentially an empirical study, it also highlights more general questions associated with exclusion and marginalization and the role of the state in defining these boundaries. This is an important and original book which will make a significant contribution to the literature on minorities and to the workings of the Islamic Republic.

    Online EBSCO University Press

  3. Religious minorities in Iran [electronic resource]

    Sanasarian, Eliz
    Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000.

    Eliz Sanasarian's book explores the political and ideological relationship between non-Muslim religious minorities in Iran and the state during the formative years of the Islamic Republic to the present day. Her analysis is based on a detailed examination of the history and experiences of the Armenians, Assyrians, Chaldeans, Jews, Zoroastrians, Bahais and Iranian Christians, and describes how these communities have responded to state policies regarding minorities. Many of her findings are constructed out of personal interviews with members of these communities. While the book is essentially an empirical study, it also highlights more general questions associated with exclusion and marginalization and the role of the state in defining these boundaries. This is an important and original book which will make a significant contribution to the literature on minorities and to the workings of the Islamic Republic.

    Online Ebook Central

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