The emotional and psychological impact on children of the political crisis in Iran is an important and neglected issue, say S Deghati & Linda Herrera.Iran’s months of street-demonstrations that erupted after the disputed presidential election of 12 June 2009 have hit the country’s young people - including children - especially hard. The effects are various, damaging, and in many cases. It is a phenomenon that deserves to be considered as a distinct part of the kaleidoscope of Iran’s collective social experience in these dramatic months.

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Keywords Civil society, Democracy and Iran, Democracy and government, Democracy and power, International politics, Iran, Politics of protest
Persistent URL hdl.handle.net/1765/22376
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Herrera, L.A., & Deghati, S.. (2010). The children of Iran: lives in tumult. Open Democracy: free thinking for the world. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/22376