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Volume 2, Issue 3 (2-2014)
Abstract

Streets name is not merely a tool for finding directions and have different social and political implications. Public place naming is important from a theoretical and practical point of view and given the importance, in this paper we study the street names of Rash a city in northern Iran. The process of street naming in terms of organizational functions and statistical distribution of street names according to the defined categories are focus of this paper. After a review of related theories and researches, all names of urban routes in the city of Rasht were extracted according to the latest edition of the city map. The names were placed in defined categories. The most important finding of this study is that main streets are more affected by Islamic Revolution than secondary streets and alley. There are also some differences in terms of socio-economic status of municipality regions and street names in Rasht.


Sajad Babakhani, Akbar Salehi, Yahya Ghaedi, Sousan Keshavarz,
Volume 8, Issue 1 (8-2019)
Abstract

The present research, in the framework of critical discourse analysis, examines the citizenship education in discourses after the Islamic Revolution. For this purpose, the texts and documents related to the category of citizenship education in the five periods mentioned by Norman Fairclough, It has been analyzed at three levels: "description of the text", "analyzing the processes of production and interpretation," and "social context explanation". the dominant discourse of citizen education is the discourse of the moral citizen-law-governor who accepts citizenship­ education centered on religion and Islamic law; any discourse with the rejection of previous discourse and agenda-setting and focusing the comments and policies that are targeted, strengthened and established its existence. the post-revolution discourse has not balanced all the categories and indicators of citizenship education. and the represented citizen in these discourses is one-dimensional inventory which in just each period, it has experienced rapid and uneven growth in one aspect. in most cases, the documents examined follow a single-discourse pattern and they are not interested in using elements of rival discourses.


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مجله علمی پژوهشی مطالعات توسعه اجتماعی فرهنگی Quarterly Journal of Socio - Cultural Development Studies
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