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The Performance of Governments in Veil and Chastity, Relying on Contemporary Iranian History
Journal: Journal of River Engineering
Issue: Journal of River Engineering (Volume: 4, Issue: 1)
Author: Zahra Alizadeh Joda
Keywords : chastity , contemporary Iranian history , Governments , veil
Abstract:

One of the phenomena that influences the culture and traditions of the Iranian people is the veil that was challenged by decree of discovering the veil during Reza Shah Period; A problem that may be considered as a unique act in its history. Many women did not leave the house until the reign of Reza Shah. The law was abolished in 1323 with the repeated opposition of clerics, but this time the government took cultural measures from hijab. If at the time of Reza Shah, by force of the spear with veils and covered women, during the Mohammad Reza period, the spread of propaganda propaganda spread expanded. The second half, with calculated programs, tried to make women unbuttoned and nudity Encouraging and focusing on de-centralization through mass media, educational centers, offices and cinemas. The second half of the reign of Mohammad Reza Shah peaked in Pahlavi anti-veil policies. In these years, the government officially drafted a plan to unveil the veil, and immediately sent it to the relevant departments for execution. In this paper, Mohammad Reza's policies and programs will be studied and reviewed in the second half of his rule. For this purpose, a library method is used from the sources of the first and second Pahlavi period and newspapers related to the subject of women.

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