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Women and Power in the Middle East

ISBN-10: 0812217497
ISBN-13: 9780812217490
Edition: 2001
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Description: The seventeen essays in Women and Power in the Middle East analyze the social, political, economic, and cultural forces that shape gender systems in the Middle East and North Africa. Published at different times in Middle East Report, the journal of  More...

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Book details

List price: $27.50
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Publication date: 12/7/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.056
Language: English

The seventeen essays in Women and Power in the Middle East analyze the social, political, economic, and cultural forces that shape gender systems in the Middle East and North Africa. Published at different times in Middle East Report, the journal of the Middle East Research and Information Project, the essays document empirically the similarities and differences in the gendering of relations of power in twelve countries--Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Sudan, Palestine, Lebanon, Turkey, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and Iran. Together they seek to build a framework for understanding broad patterns of gender in the Arab-Islamic world. Challenging questions are addressed throughout. What roles have women played in politics in this region? When and why are women politically mobilized, and which women? Does the nature and impact of their mobilization differ if it is initiated by the state, nationalist movements, revolutionary parties, or spontaneous revolt? And what happens to women when those agents of mobilization win or lose? In investigating these and other issues, the essays take a look at the impact of rapid social change in the Arab-Islamic world. They also analyze Arab disillusionment with the radical nationalisms of the 1950s and 1960s and with leftist ideologies, as well as the rise of political Islamist movements. Indeed the essays present rich new approaches to assessing what political participation has meant for women in this region and how emerging national states there have dealt with organized efforts by women to influence the institutions that govern their lives. Designed for courses in Middle East, women's, and cultural studies, Women and Power in the Middle East offers to both students and scholars an excellent introduction to the study of gender in the Arab-Islamic world.

Introduction
Suad Joseph and Susan Slyomovics
Overviews
Women's Activism in the Middle East: A Historical Perspective
Women and Politics in the Middle East
Women and Work in the Arab World
The Politics of Gender and the Conundrums of Citizenship
Country Case Studies, West to East
State and Gender in the Maghrib
Sex, Lies, and Television: Algerian and Moroccan Caricatures of the Gulf War
An Interview with Heba Ra'uf Ezzat
Women on Women: Television Feminism and Village Lives
Sudanese Women and the Islamist State
For the Common Good? Gender and Social Citizenship in Palestine
Women and the Palestinian Movement: No Going Back?
Searching for Strategies: The Palestinian Women's Movement in the New Era
Gender and Citizenship: Considerations on the Turkish Experience
Women in Saudi Arabia: Between Breadwinner and Domestic Icon?
Women's Organizations in Kuwait
The Dialectics of Fashion: Gender and Politics in Yemen
The Political Economy of Female Employment in Postrevolutionary Iran
Notes
Comprehensive Bibliography
Notes on Contributors
Acknowledgments

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