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Ali Eghbali, Akbar Salehi, Yahya Ghaedi, Alireza Mahmoudnia,
Volume 9, Issue 4 (3-2021)

The purpose of this study is to analyze and critique the situation of higher education in Iran from the perspective of the development of democratic university spaces.And it seeks to answer this fundamental question:From the perspective of professors and based on the Emancipatory classroom of higher education in Iran in the dimensions of the development of democratic university spaces, what challenges does it face? Therefore,using Fairclough critical discourse analysis method and relying on semi-structured interviews with eight university professors -at the discretion of the researcher and with the approval of eight professors of educational sciences-the theoretical adequacy of the data was announced and then implemented and described in three stages.And interpretation and explanation were analyzed. The results showed that professors' discourse includes a large number of concepts that express professors' protest and dissatisfaction with the common monologue-based discourse in academia and the classroom, so that the role of teachers' agency and activity is marginalized and leads tothe creation Banking education and the reproduction of discourse have become dominant, and at the same time, in parallel with this situation,a new discourse is emerging that seeks to change and reform things, which in a sense can be called the discourse of resistance.
Fa Kobra Ahadvand, Akbar Saleihi, Alireza Mahmoudnia, Susan Keshavarz,
Volume 10, Issue 4 (4-2022)

The aim of the present article is the critical analysis of the discourse of privatization of education in discourses after the Islamic Revolution with emphasis on the discourse of ideological and constructive. For this purpose, some direct statements and some governmental and educational texts and approvals in the two mentioned periods have been studied and criticized by Norman Fairclough’s critical discourse analysis method. As a result from the analysis and interpretation of the texts, these discourses, are somewhat different in terms the privatization of education, political and value positions. Lack of budget, maintaining relations of hierarchical order, centralism, ambiguity and contradiction in opinion and practice, internal and external unrest, limited internal and external interactions, conservatism, dominance and superiority of intellectual and value positions of the upper echelons of the system and as the most important factor and obstacle compared to other cases, including the most significant internal constraints and external barriers in providing the requirements for educational privatization, especially at the qualitative level show the inconsistency of the goals and programs proposed with the real relations and goals of the two  discourse.

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