Iran (Norwegian Wikipedia)

Analisys of sources in references of the Wikipedia ariticle no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iran

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nb.nourn.nb.no↓ (28)2817852
doi.orgdoi.org↓ (22)225415
archive.orgweb.archive.org↓ (9), archive.org↓ (1)10214
snl.nosnl.no↓ (8)87173
bbc.combbc.com↓ (6)62432
jstor.orgjstor.org↓ (4)4122140
google.nobooks.google.no↓ (4)4355641
sciencedirect.comsciencedirect.com↓ (4)4214231
nytimes.comnytimes.com↓ (3), archive.nytimes.com↓ (1)4317
idunn.noidunn.no↓ (3)3low259
theguardian.comtheguardian.com↓ (3)3623
nrk.nonrk.no↓ (2)29121
unesco.orguis.unesco.org↓ (1), whc.unesco.org↓ (1)28479
cia.govcia.gov↓ (2)25957
citypopulation.decitypopulation.de↓ (2)235087
psu.edupersonal.psu.edu↓ (2)2459663
ethnologue.comethnologue.com↓ (2)246082
cambridge.orgcambridge.org↓ (2)2380351
hriran.comhriran.com↓ (1)1lowlow
webs.comlukferi.webs.com↓ (1)120308196
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earth-policy.orgearth-policy.org↓ (1)1lowlow
mitpressjournals.orgmitpressjournals.org↓ (1)1low4858
tebyan.netenglish.tebyan.net↓ (1)15454low
un.orgesa.un.org↓ (1)16673
statoids.comstatoids.com↓ (1)11221407
amar.org.iramar.org.ir↓ (1)118743004
fas.orgfas.org↓ (1)1382958
atour.comatour.com↓ (1)1lowlow
israelrising.comisraelrising.com↓ (1)1lowlow
baptistpress.combaptistpress.com↓ (1)1lowlow
britannica.combritannica.com↓ (1)13942
wmo.intworldweather.wmo.int↓ (1)118872753
worldpoliticsreview.comworldpoliticsreview.com↓ (1)1lowlow
languagesoftheworld.infolanguagesoftheworld.info↓ (1)1lowlow
aljazeera.comaljazeera.com↓ (1)1390391
spiegel.despiegel.de↓ (1)147156
welt.dewelt.de↓ (1)1126420
telegraph.co.uktelegraph.co.uk↓ (1)11864
reuters.comreuters.com↓ (1)138116
vg.novg.no↓ (1)112034
economist.comeconomist.com↓ (1)1166190
aftenposten.noaftenposten.no↓ (1)115025
foreignpolicy.comforeignpolicy.com↓ (1)19571653
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time.comscience.time.com↓ (1)140113

aftenposten.no

aljazeera.com

amar.org.ir

  • 66. Statistical Center of Iran. Census 2016 - General Results. Table 1 Population of the country in urban and rural areas… Besøkt 15. juni 2020. (en)

archive.nytimes.com

archive.org

atour.com

baptistpress.com

bbc.com

bmrsg.org.au

books.google.no

britannica.com

cambridge.org

  • 23. Shaffer, Brenda (2000). «The Formation of Azerbaijani Collective Identity in Iran». Nationalities Papers. 3 (engelsk). 28: 449–477. ISSN 0090-5992. doi:10.1080/713687484. Besøkt 29. juni 2020. «Iran is a multi-ethnic society in which approximately 50% of its citizens are of non-Persian origin, yet researchers commonly use the terms Persians and Iranians interchangeably, neglecting the supra-ethnic meaning of the term Iranian for many of the non-Persians in Iran. The largest minority ethnic group in Iran is the Azerbaijanis (comprising approximately a third of the population) and other major groups include the Kurds, Arabs, Baluchis and Turkmen. Iran's ethnic groups are particularly susceptible to external manipulation and considerably subject to influence from events taking place outside its borders, since most of the non-Persians are concentrated in the frontier areas and have ties to co-ethnics in adjoining states, such as Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan and Iraq.» 
  • 29. Mokari, Payam Ghaffarvand; Werner, Stefan (2017). «Azerbaijani». Journal of the International Phonetic Association. 2 (engelsk). 47: 207–212. ISSN 0025-1003. doi:10.1017/S0025100317000184. Besøkt 29. juni 2020. «The Azerbaijani, Azerbaijanian or Azeri language belongs to the western group of the southwestern, or Oghuz, branch of the Turkic language family and is mainly spoken in Azerbaijan and Iran. Azerbaijani is the official language of the Republic of Azerbaijan and over 80% of its population use it as their first language (Johanson 2010). Among non-Persian languages in Iran, Azerbaijani, with approximately 15–20 million native speakers, has the largest number of speakers (Crystal 2010). In total, more than 50 million people speak Azerbaijani (Khalilzadeh 2013).» 

cia.gov

citypopulation.de

doi.org

earth-policy.org

economictimes.indiatimes.com

economist.com

  • 114. «How Iran can respond to the killing of Qassem Suleimani, How Iran can respond to the killing of Qassem Suleimani». The Economist. 9. januar 2020. ISSN 0013-0613. Besøkt 12. januar 2020. «According to Mike Pompeo, America’s secretary of state, President Donald Trump ordered the killing because the general was organising a plot which posed an imminent threat to American citizens. Compelling evidence for this has not been forthcoming; but a secondary justification—that among the tens of thousands of people killed by General Suleimani’s forces were at least 600 Americans—has also been widely used and appears to satisfy many Americans.» 

english.tebyan.net

esa.un.org

ethnologue.com

  • 73. «Mazandarani». Ethnologue (engelsk). Besøkt 18. februar 2021. 
  • 74. «Gilaki». Ethnologue (engelsk). Besøkt 18. februar 2021. 

fas.org

foreignpolicy.com

  • 92. Allen-Ebrahimian, Bethany (20. juni 2017). «64 Years Later, CIA Finally Releases Details of Iranian Coup». Foreign Policy (engelsk). Besøkt 23. juni 2020. «Known as Operation Ajax, the CIA plot was ultimately about oil. Western firms had for decades controlled the region’s oil wealth, whether Arabian-American Oil Company in Saudi Arabia, or the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company in Iran.» 

giek.no

hriran.com

idunn.no

indianexpress.com

int-arch-photogramm-remote-sens-spatial-inf-sci.net

iranchamber.com

israelrising.com

joshuaproject.net

jstor.org

languagedoor.com

languagesoftheworld.info

lukferi.webs.com

  • 46. «Linguistics». Ancient history of Indo-Europeans. Besøkt 18. februar 2021. 

mitpressjournals.org

nrk.no

nytimes.com

personal.psu.edu

reuters.com

  • 110. «Ahmadinejad's victory greeted by Tehran protests». Reuters (engelsk). 13. juni 2009. Besøkt 29. juni 2020. «The protests were a rare direct challenge to Iranian authorities. The result and its violent aftermath raised fresh questions about the direction of Iranian policies at a time when U.S. President Barack Obama wants to improve relations with Iran.» 

science.time.com

sciencedirect.com

snl.no

  • 13. «Dasht-e Kavir». Store norske leksikon. 28. september 2014. Besøkt 23. juni 2020. 
  • 21. «Irans geografi». Store norske leksikon. 20. februar 2016. Besøkt 24. juni 2020. 
  • 24. Thiesen, Finn (20. oktober 2016). «kurdisk». Store norske leksikon. Besøkt 21. juni 2020. 
  • 25. Mejdell, Gunvor (27. februar 2020). «arabisk». Store norske leksikon. Besøkt 21. juni 2020. 
  • 30. Brendemoen, Bernt (20. januar 2014). «tyrkiske språk». Store norske leksikon. Besøkt 21. juni 2020. 
  • 107. «Mahmoud Ahmadinejad». Store norske leksikon. 25. februar 2020. Besøkt 29. juni 2020. 
  • 123. Izadi, Mohammad M. (17. november 2017). «Forholdet mellom Iran og Norge». Store norske leksikon. Besøkt 24. juni 2020. 
  • 126. Lodgaard, Sverre (1. juni 2020). «Iran». Store norske leksikon. Besøkt 23. juni 2020. 

spiegel.de

statoids.com

telegraph.co.uk

theguardian.com

uis.unesco.org

urn.nb.no

vg.no

vitterhetsakad.se

web.archive.org

welt.de

whc.unesco.org

worldpoliticsreview.com

worldweather.wmo.int

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