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Reliable large-scale data on Iranians’ post-revolutionary religious beliefs, however, has always been lacking. Over the years, research and waves of protests and crackdowns indicated massive disappointment among Iranians with their political system. This steadily turned into a deeply felt disillusionment with institutional religion.
In June 2020, our research institute, the Group for Analyzing and Measuring Attitudes in IRAN (GAMAAN), conducted an online survey with the collaboration of Ladan Boroumand, co-founder of the Abdorrahman Boroumand Center for Human Rights in Iran.
|Place of Publication||https://theconversation.com|
|Publisher||The Conversation UK|
|Media of output||Online|
|Publication status||Published - 10 Sep 2020|
- Public attitudes
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Adams, M., Arnoldussen, T., Augenstein, D., Bastmeijer, K., Bijlmakers, S., Boot, E., Bot, M., De ruysscher, D., Fleurke, F., Goodwin, M., Goossens, J., Groenleer, M., Grover, L., Hendriks, F., Jägers, N., Karsten, N., Leenknegt, G., Lesaffer, R., Lindahl, H., Maleki, A., Paiement, P., Partiti, E., Rajkovic, N., Raucea, C., Rombouts, B., Somsen, H., Trouwborst, A., Tzankova, I., Verschuuren, J., Wilthagen, T., Wolf, E., Wolswinkel, J., Zouridis, S., van Hulst, M., van Waas, L., van der Schyff, G., Hirsch Ballin, E., Meuwese, A. & Van Hulle, I.
1/01/19 → 31/12/24
Project: Research project