5 edition of Islam, gender, culture, and democracy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ronald Inglehart.|
|Series||International studies in social science,, v. 4|
|LC Classifications||HM681 .I45 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||213 p. :|
|Number of Pages||213|
|LC Control Number||2004304608|
Non-fiction works on gender, sex, and sexuality in Muslim-majority regions and diaspora communities; this list is not exclusively for works on Islam and Muslims, but rather seeks to round up works on Islam's fuller sphere of relevant cultural and legal influence. Another set of articles focuses on the relationship between culture and democratic institutions; and still another set of articles analyzes the changing role of gender in society--with considerable overlap between the three groups, providing an overall theme of Islam, Gender, Culture, and Democracy. An Overview of Findings.
For more on this event, visit: For more on the Berkley Center, visit: December 6, | In their latest book Islam, Gender, and Democracy in Comparative Perspective (), contributors Jocelyne Cesari, José Casanova, and Katherine Marshall attempt to reframe the debate around Islam and women's rights within a broader perspective . Internet Islamic History Sourcebook. Editor: Paul Halsall This page is a subset of texts derived from the three major online Sourcebooks. listed below, along with added texts and web site indicators.. For more contextual information, for instance about Western imperialism, or .
The Unforgettable Queens of Islam: Succession, Authority and Gender (Cambridge University Press, ) by Shahla Haeri (Associate Professor of Anthropology at Boston University) is a captivating book on the biographies of Muslim women rulers and political leaders. Drawing from extensive historical archives as well as from ethnographic research, Haeri reflects. Introduction - Gender, Islam, Democracy in Indonesia 1. Gender diversity in Indonesia 2. People¿s Sovereignty, Gender Equity 3. The Gender Order of the New Order 4. The Gendered Economy 5. Globalisation of Culture - Sex and Sexuality 6. Political Challenges to the State Gender Regime 7. Islam and the Politics of Gender. Conclusion.
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In their latest book Islam, Gender, and Democracy in Comparative Perspective (), contributors Jocelyne Cesari, José And democracy book, and Katherine Marshall attempt to reframe the debate around Islam and women's rights within a broader perspective that challenges the often portrayed binary opposition between liberal advocates of secular democracy and Gender religious opponents of of women's full.
Islam, Gender, and Democracy in Comparative Perspective critically re-engages this too simple binary opposition by reframing the gender around Islam and women's rights within a broader comparative literature.
Bringing together leading scholars from a range of disciplines, it examines the complex and contingent historical relationships between. Islam, Gender, Culture, and Democracy: Findings gender the World Values Survey and the European Values Survey International journal of comparative sociology, ISSN Volume 4 of International studies in social science, ISSN Islam, gender, culture, and democracy: findings from the World Values Survey and the European Values Survey /.
There exist a number of perspectives on the relationship of Islam and democracy among Islamic political theorists, the general Muslim public, and Western authors.
Some modern Islamic thinkers, whose ideas were particularly popular in the s and s, rejected the notion of democracy as a foreign idea incompatible with Islam. In Islam, scriptures, cultural traditions, and jurisprudence affect and democracy book relationship between men and women.
The Quran, the holiest book in Islam, indicates that men and women are spiritual Quran states: "If any do deeds of righteousness be they male or female and have faith, they will enter Heaven, and not the least injustice will be done to them.".
The relationship between Islam and women in Indonesia is also addressed, with particular focus on the way in which Islam became a critical focus for political dissent in the late New Order period.
Overall, this book provides gender thorough investigation of the relationship between gender, religion and democracy in Indonesia, and is a vital resource. She pioneered new research into comparative perspectives on patriarchy and on the implications of global governance, Islam and state policies for the politics of gender in Turkey, post-Soviet Central Asia and Afghanistan.
– she monitored the effects of the Arab uprisings (as guest editor for Open Democracy) analysing new forms. Addresses Islam and democracy in the global era Throws much-needed light on gender, culture, religious difference in Islam as well as Judaism Provides philosophical reflection on hermeneutics and the Koran; the epistemology of truth in Islam; Islam and democracy.
Since the Arab Awakening, the question of women's rights has become, in the view of Western commentators, the litmus test for Muslim societies in the age of democracy and liberalism. A panel of scholars, including the Berkley Center's José Casanova and Jocelyne Cesari, examined this binary opposition and reframed the debate around Islam and women's rights.
The relationship between Islam and women in Indonesia is also addressed, with particular focus on the way in which Islam became a critical focus for political dissent in the late New Order period. Overall, this book provides a thorough investigation of the relationship between gender, religion and democracy in Indonesia, and is a vital resource.
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[Ronald Inglehart;] -- "This collection of articles presents findings from the World Values Survey (WVS) and the European Values Surveys (EVS). In planning the fourth wave of the World Values Survey, the Association set a. Introduction.
Democracy is determined by many different elements: culture, wealth, equalities, education, and some will say, religion. Religion as a determinant of democratic development has been extensively studied and many arguments have been presented supporting the claim that religion hinders democracy, while others are less convinced.
Islam, Gender, and Democracy in Comparative Perspective the book's essays examine the complex and contingent historical relationships between religion, secularism, democracy, law, and gender. Al-Qaeda Arab Spring Debates on Gender and Democracy in Iran Democracy and Islam European Politics of Resentment Faith, Culture and Politics Gezi Park Islam and the West Islam, Feminism and Secular Democracy Kurdish Question Political Legitimacy Politics After Al-Qaeda Public Visibility of Islam Religion, Politics and Islam States, Identities and Legitimacy in the Arab World Taksim Square.
Getting democracy backwards has led to the rise of “illiberal democracies,” a distinctly modern creation that Fareed Zakaria documents in his book The Future of Freedom.
Zakaria seeks to disentangle liberalism and democracy, arguing that democratization is, in fact, “directly related” to illiberalism. China, Turkey and Saudi Arabia have taken technical and institutional steps to censor the internet that go beyond law and now extend to societal norms, business practices and other areas.
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Presented is an extensive look into Islam and Democracy from Ibn Warraq’s book, Why I Am Not a Muslim. Secular Islam was created by the Center for Inquiry to collect the writings, thoughts, and speeches of secular Muslims, Ex-Muslims, believers, doubters, and unbelievers, brought together by a great struggle, not between the West and Islam, but between the free and the unfree.
This book explores the relationship between gender, religion and political action in Indonesia, examining the patterns of gender orders that have prevailed in recent history, and demonstrating the different forms of social power this has afforded to women/5(3).Many Muslim intellectuals seek to prove that Islam enshrines democratic values.
But rather than lead the debate, they often follow it, peppering their own analyses with references to Western scholars who, casting aside traditional Orientalism for the theories of the late literary theorist and polemicist Edward Said, twist evidence to fit their.