Islam, gender, & social change
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Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information One of the most controversial and emotionally charged aspects of the Muslim religious resurgence has been its effect on women in Muslim societies. The essays collected in this book place the issue in its historical context and offer case studies of Muslim societies from North Africa to Southeast Asia.
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The volume as a whole militates against the stereotype of Muslim women as repressed, passive, and without initiative, while acknowledging the very real obstacles to women's initiatives in most of these societies. Additional Product Features Dewey Edition. The case studies provide an interesting way to examine social change and cultural relativity.
Friedrich, Simpson College, "This collection of well researched and nuanced case studies on gender and social change in Muslim countries is a needed and welcome addition to the recently more balanced scholarship in the field Hahhad and Esposito have brought together a rich collection of Show More Show Less.
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Be the first to write a review. Institute of Peace. The halt in the U. A year of preliminary talks has not yet laid a solid foundation for the broad political settlement that can end the bloodshed.
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While talks so far have mainly excluded Afghan women, youth and civil society, the sudden pause in formal peacemaking offers a chance to forge a more inclusive, and thus reliable, process. Even better, a little-noted encounter in Qatar between women and Taliban leaders signals that a broader process is doable.
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From Afghanistan to Sudan, women in conflict areas are increasingly turning to technology to build peace and reduce gender inequality. It is a development with tremendous promise that the international community needs to support by widening access to technology, reducing social barriers to it and providing training that boosts proficiency.
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