Iraqi Social Structure 1921 - 2003

Speaker: Dr Saad Abdul-Razzaq

Dr Razzaq heads the sociological research department at the
Centre for Strategic Studies, Beirut, and has authored several
studies and articles on Iraqi sociology.
The speaker analyses changes in Iraq in the various classes
amongst Iraq’s society since the formation of the Iraqi state in
Iraq in 1921 until the regime change in 2003, and illuminates the
economic and political effects during that period.



الدكتور عبد الرزاق يرأس وحدة البحوث الاجتماعية في مركز الدراسات الاستراتيجية
في بيروت، و له العديد من الدراسات والابحاث المتخصصة بالوضع الاجتماعي
تتناول المحاضرة تحليلاً اجتماعياً للتغييرات التي حصلت لطبقات وفئات المجتمع
العراقي منذ نشوء الدولة الحديثة في 1921 ولغاية تغيير النظام في 2003 بضمنها
التأثيرات الاقتصادية والسياسية خلال تلك الفترة.


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