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Muslim Women in India Since Independence; Feminine Perspectives

HASEENA HASHIA

Muslim Women in India Since Independence; Feminine Perspectives

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Published by Marketed by Qazi Publishers & Distributors .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women"s rights,
  • Social conditions,
  • Muslim women,
  • India

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages201
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9083138M
    ISBN 108185220530
    ISBN 109788185220536


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A Paradigm Shift of Education towards the Muslim Countries In the history of Islam, great empires have come and gone, leaving rich literary and artistic legacies even as their political and military power evaporated.

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Sen argues that gender has been a key issue in the history of the nation since the beginning of British colonial rule over India. (Sen. Changing Role and Status of Muslim Women: A Sociological Analysis, in Haseena Haisha Eds. Muslim Women in India Since Independence (Feminine Perspective) Institute of Objective Studies, New Delhi.

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Minorities are not only confronted with different types of violence but also face various forms of discrimination in every walk of life. Islamic Feminism in India: Indian Muslim Women Activists and the Reform of Muslim Personal Law1 SYLVIA VATUK Department of Anthropology (m/c ), University of Illinois at Chicago, West Harrison St., Chicago, IL E-mail: [email protected] Abstract I describe here a nascent ‘Islamic feminist’ movement in India, dedicated to theCited by: Gender politics exist inevitably in all Islamist movements that expect women to assume the burden of a largely male-defined tradition.

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