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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Few studies have been carried out to investigate public and governmental supports during the time of the (Iraqi imposed) war and after it. A group of women living in Beheshti township of Mashhad who were victims of the war, who realized it and its aftermaths very deeply, and who are among the most important narrators of the war, are, unfortunately, absolutely neglected in historiography of the (Iraqi imposed) war. Having realized this gap, the present paper employs a qualitative content analysis method to identify themes of public and governmental supports by analyzing part of findings of a MA thesis which included these women’s narrations of war extracted from narrative interviews with them. Available content was eventually categorized into five themes: the government’s support of victims of the war, public support of victims of the war, victims’ supports of each other, victims’ supports of fellow countrymen and the government, and public support of fellows and the government. The most important implication of this typology is the realization of presence of positive values in Iran’s cultural potential which, on the one hand, allows for immediate acts of support in the time of war, and, on the other hand, shows the important role of social capitals of victims of war, particularly the family and relatives, in forming sustainable, inclusive support.