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Iranian Society: Manifestations of Culture

  • Ali Pirzadeh
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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Political Science book series (BRIEFSPOLITICAL)

Abstract

Linguists, historians, and theologians, are but a few who have researched and written on the nuanced relationships between our thoughts, behaviors, and the language that we use. Our experiences are translated into our language and, similarly, our thoughts are expressed through language and manifest in behavior.

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  • Ali Pirzadeh
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  1. 1.Washington, DCUSA

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