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Ethnicity and Identities in Iran: Progress and Equality

Ethnicity and Identities in Iran: Progress and Equality Kameel Ahmady Social Anthropologist, University of Kent, MA in Social Anthropology Abstract With worldwide progress, development and diversifica…

Paper presented at the 13th Eurasian Conferences on Language and Social Sciences (P591-624)

Paper presented at the 13th Eurasian Conferences on Language and Social Sciences (P591-624) Hosted by Daugavpils University, LATVIA February 5 – 6, 2022  A Peace-Oriented Investigation of the…

Paper presented at the 13th Eurasian Conferences on Language and Social Sciences (P40-71)

Paper presented at the 13th Eurasian Conferences on Language and Social Sciences (P40-71) Hosted by Daugavpils University, LATVIA February 5 – 6, 2022 Ethnic Claims in Iran in…

Background and consequences of scavenging: A study on child scavenging in Tehran and its suburbs

Background and consequences of scavenging: A study on child scavenging in Tehran and its suburbs Kameel Ahmady Abstract Children in Tehran are engaged in various forms of labour,…

Gender differences in child labour: A systematic review of causes, forms, features and consequences

Gender differences in child labour: A systematic review of causes, forms, features and consequences Kameel Ahmady Introduction Child labour has been a cause of concern in many social,…

Presented at the 2nd International Eurasian Conferences on Educational and Social Studies

Presented at the 2nd International Eurasian Conferences on Educational and Social Studies Hosted by The Polytechnic of Guarda PORTUGAL August 27 – 28, 2022 Traces of Childhood Exploitation…

Paper presented at the 13th Eurasian Conferences on Language and Social Sciences (P561-583)

Paper presented at the 13th Eurasian Conferences on Language and Social Sciences (P561-583) Hosted by Daugavpils University, LATVIA February 5 – 6, 2022  Exploitation and Exclusion A Socio-Cultu…

Paper presented at the 14th Eurasian Conference on Language and Social Sciences (P 376-392)

Paper presented at the 14th Eurasian Conference on Language and Social Sciences (P 376-392) Hosted by University of Gjakova‘Fehmi Agani, KOSOVO The Nexus Between Temporary Marriage and Early…

Paper presented at the 14th Eurasian Conference on Language and Social Sciences (P 229-246)

Paper presented at the 14th Eurasian Conference on Language and Social Sciences (P 229-246) Hosted by University of Gjakova‘Fehmi Agani, KOSOVO  Feminisation of Poverty: The Cause and Consequences…

Book Chapter (Temporary and Child Marriages in Iran and Afghanistan) Chapter 3 (P 63-84)

Book Chapter (Temporary and Child Marriages in Iran and Afghanistan) Chapter 3 (P 63-84) The Role of Temporary Marriage (TM) in Promoting Early Child Marriage (ECM) in Iran…

Narratives and minority: Stories from lesbian, gay and bisexual individuals in Iran

Narratives and minority: Stories from lesbian, gay and bisexual individuals in Iran And an overview on the prevalence of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual (LGB) in Iran Kameel Ahmady…

3RD INTERNATIONAL KURDISH STUDIES CONFERENCE

3RD INTERNATIONAL KURDISH STUDIES CONFERENCE Shifting Dynamics of the Kurdistan Question in a Changing Middle East Middlesex University | London, UK 25th – 26 th June 2019 (P…

In the Name of Tradition. Female Genital Mutilation in Iran

In the Name of Tradition. Female Genital Mutilation in Iran See discussions, stats, and author profiles for this publication at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/343746311 Chapter · August 202…

THE CHANGING PARADIGMS OF FGM (Country Report on Female Genital Mutilation/ Cutting (FGM/C) in Iran

THE CHANGING PARADIGMS OF FGM Country Report on Female Genital Mutilation/ Cutting (FGM/C) in Iran With an introduction to Male Circumcision / Male Genital Mutilation (MGM/C) in Iran…

In the Name of Traditions: A Comprehensive Study on the Impact of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) on Women and Girls An Overview of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in Iran

In the Name of Traditions: A Comprehensive Study on the Impact of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) on Women and Girls An Overview of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in…

A Peace-Oriented Investigation of the Ethnic Identity Challenge in Iran (A Study of Five Iranian Ethnic Groups with the GT Method)

A Peace-Oriented Investigation of the Ethnic Identity Challenge in Iran (A Study of Five Iranian Ethnic Groups with the GT Method)  ‌Kameel Ahmady Abstract In the contemporary era,…

Violation: Child Labour Rights in Iran – Analysis and Solutions

Violation: Child Labour Rights in Iran – Analysis and Solutions Kameel Ahmady Abstract Child-rights violations and child abuse have long histories in human society, taking on different conceptual…

Exploitation and Exclusion A Socio-Cultural Analysis of Child Labour in Iran

Exploitation and Exclusion A Socio-Cultural Analysis of Child Labour in Iran   ‌Kameel Ahmady Abstract Poverty and unemployment in families may produce child labour. These and other factors, such…

Nonconformity and Resistance in Mahabad with Focusing on Cultur

Nonconformity and Resistance in Mahabad with Focusing on Cultural, Social, and Gender Aspects (Culture, Protesting Views and Analysis of Youth in Iranian Kurdistan)  By: Kameel Ahmady Kameel.ahmady@gm…

From Border to Border

From Border to Border Comprehensive research study on identity and ethnicity in Iran By: Kameel Ahmady A word to the readers This is summary of a comprehensive reasrch…

Sounds Inside

Tom Rice 2016 Sounds Inside: Prison, Prisoners, and Acoustical Agency for those interested in Acoustic Ethnography.  http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/Us5DXDeKKCCCfNgJqDtw/full

Writers on Writing

Anand Pandian speaks about the creative processes involved in writing in a dialogue with Thomas Yarrow in this new paper in the Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. …

Do you have a mobile?

An article by Daniela Kraemer, “Do you have a mobile? Mobile phone practices and the refashioning of social relationships in Port Vila Town,” just published in the Australian…

Border Theatre and Security Spectacles by James P. Walsh

In his article “Border Theatre”, James P. Walsh discusses the ways in which media spectacles apotheosize governments, reinforce the status quo, and construct border enforcement as unavoidable and…