Oprør i Iran

Kristoffer Bækkel Thygesen, Gry Waagner Falkenstrøm, Rasmus Trøjborg Krogh, Line Keinicke Tofte & Zita Bo Christoffersen

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


This project takes it beginning in the revolts in Iran after the election the 12th of June 2009 and in the following half-year and tries to examine the background for the young generation’s engagement in The Green Movement that arose in protest against the result of the election. We focus on modernity and how it affects the ‘third generation’s’ need for subjectivity, and how they in addition to this election have showed more political conscience than in the previous elections and feel that the regime is using an illegitimate and suppressing power against them. We conclude that the “green” young people experience lack in legitimacy and acknowledgement and feel despised in the regimes attempt to discipline the population through the norms and values of Islam. The election has just been the last straw that breaks the camels back.

UddannelserSamfundsfag, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Basis
Udgivelsesdato13 jan. 2010
VejledereKim Rasmussen


  • unge
  • magt
  • anerkendelse
  • islam
  • Iran
  • oprør
  • den grønne bevægelse
  • modernitet
  • legitimitet