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Hamidreza Jalaeipour is a journalist, member of the Central Council of the Iran participation front, assistant professor in the department of sociology at the University of Tehran and one of the main members of the Iranian Sociological Association  . He was the manager of Jame'ee and Nosazi newspapers and as well as the Chairman of the policy-making Council at Neshat newspaper.
Hamidreza Jalaeipour Wikipedia
During the Islamic revolution, he was an active member of the Islamic Society at the universities.
He received his bachelor and masters’ degrees in sociology at the University of Tehran with a privileged ranking in the year 1366 to 1371. He has a PhD in political sociology from the University of London in 1376. His thesis titled, "The Iranian revolution, mass mobilization and Its continuity".
He is the former director of Jame'ee and Nosazi newspapers. Before that, he was the governor of Naghadeh for four years and a half as well as the governor of Mahabad for four years and a half and held the position of Deputy Governor of Kurdistan for about four years. In 1382 (2003), he was honored as an exemplary professor of sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences. At present, he is an associate professor in the department of sociology at the University of Tehran and a member of the Central Council of the Iran participation front. He is the publisher of Jame'ee, Tous, Asr-e-Azadeghan, Neshat and Nosazi newspapers. He is considered as one of the main members of Iranian Sociological Association.
His main areas of research interest are political sociology and political movements in Iran.
The books written by him include:"Judge Mohammad: Kurdistan in the Years 1320-1324" (1369)
"Kurdistan: The Reasons of its Crisis Continuity” (1371)
"After the 2nd of Khordad: about reform movements 1376-1378” (1378)
“The hidden state: about reform movements: about 80-1999” (2000)
“Sociology of social movements "(1381)
"The reform against reform” (2003)
Jalaeipour is the brother of three martyrs Mohammd-Reza, Ali-Reza and Hossein. He has three sons Mohammd-Reza, Ali-Reza and Mahdi and two girls Zahra and Hoda. He has been married twice. Mohammd-Reza, Ali-Reza and Zahra are from his first wife and Mahdi and Hoda from his second wife.