عنوان مقاله [English]
From a sociological point of view, identity has various dimensions, like religious, national and ethnic identity. And each of them has specific values and norms that are sometimes common and sometimes different memoir of Noor Al Din Pesar Iranof Iran" is one of the works of the narrative literature of the holy defense, which reflects some of the religious, national and ethnic values and norms. National and religious identity is based on the characteristics of the past, self-knowledge, self-belief and hostility, which is reflected in the memories of Seyed Nour al-Din Afi and shows the intellectual and cultural attitude of the warriors, their cultural and social conditions, events of the holy defense and in other words the comprehensive Iranian religious and national identity during the holy defence. The present study aims to explain the characteristics of religious and national identity based on the cultural and social conditions of combatants in the memoir of the studied story based on the proposed model of Henry Zalamansky based on content-oriented sociology with a descriptive-analytical approach. The results of the research show that the religious, national and ethnic identity in this memory is based on the past, self-knowledge, self-belief and hostility in concepts such as following religious patterns, religious and national pragmatism, the role and function of religious symbols, conscious rebirth and martyrdom. Patriotism based on religious and national identity, another identity and hostility are reflected in the most prominent contents based on religious and national identity.