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        1 - Pluralist Democracy in Shariati's Point of view
          مجيد سفري دوغایی
        With explaining his view in regard to nature and role of human in social processes particularly democracy, and offering evidences of shariati’s Collections and with describing democracy theories particularly Pluralistic democracy, and finally comparing and corresponding Full Text
        With explaining his view in regard to nature and role of human in social processes particularly democracy, and offering evidences of shariati’s Collections and with describing democracy theories particularly Pluralistic democracy, and finally comparing and corresponding them with together, this paper revealed that shariati not only have not any disagreement about democracy, but also find temporary the committed democracy and convinced to Pluralistic democracy. Manuscript Document
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        2 - Transition to democracy and Ethnic Conflict’s Raising and Failing
             
        Ethnic conflict and its related factors is one of the social sciences’ main research areas, especially in the recent decades. Ethnic conflict revolutions’ parallelism with transition process to democratization, especially after 2th half of 20th century, make political s Full Text
        Ethnic conflict and its related factors is one of the social sciences’ main research areas, especially in the recent decades. Ethnic conflict revolutions’ parallelism with transition process to democratization, especially after 2th half of 20th century, make political sociology of ethnic conflicts focus on this scientific scope that what requirements and circumstances can be provided by transition of democracy for revolution of ethical conflicts. The main question is, whether democratization transition and its process, inevitably is concomitant with ethnical conflicts or transition process can provide an opportunity that prevents ethnical conflicts through the promotion of political negotiations in innovative democratic governments? Regarding lack of theoretical researches in this scope, using qualitative analysis, we studied the conditions through which, democratization transition provides a background both for ethnical conflicts’ moderation and also exacerbation. Institutional strategies that prevent ethnical conflicts, ethnic conflicts and democratic processes’ flourishing and authoritarian regimes’ typology across ethnic variation are the present study’s other interesting areas that have been investigated. Manuscript Document