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THE POLITICS OF WOMEN'S RIGHTS IN IRAN

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In The Politics of Women s Rights in Iran, Arzoo Osanloo explores how Iranian women understand their rights. After the 1979 revolution, Iranian leaders transformed the state into an Islamic republic. At that time, the country s leaders used a renewed discourse of women s rights to symbolize a shift away from the excesses of Western liberalism. Osanloo reveals that the postrevolutionary republic blended practices of a liberal republic with Islamic principles of equality. Her ethnographic study illustrates how women s claims of rights emerge from a hybrid discourse that draws on both liberal individualism and Islamic ideals. Osanloo takes the reader on a journey through numerous sites where rights are being produced--including Qur anic reading groups, Tehran s family court, and law offices--as she sheds light on the fluid and constructed nature of women s perceptions of rights. In doing so, Osanloo unravels simplistic dichotomies between so-called liberal, universal rights and insular, local culture. The Politics of Women s Rights in Iran casts light on a contemporary non-Western understanding of the meaning behind liberal rights, and raises questions about the misunderstood relationship between modernity and Islam.

Código de barras:
9780691135472
Dimensões:
23.10cm x 15.50cm x 1.80cm
Edição:
1
Marca:
EDITORAS IMPORTADAS
ISBN:
0691135479
ISBN13:
9780691135472
Peso:
386 gramas
Ano de publicação:
2009