Egyptian Islamists and the status of Muslim women question

Marcotte, Roxanne D. (2005) Egyptian Islamists and the status of Muslim women question. Journal of the Study of Religious and Ideologies, 4 11: 71-81.

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Author Marcotte, Roxanne D.
Title Egyptian Islamists and the status of Muslim women question
Journal name Journal of the Study of Religious and Ideologies
ISSN 1583-0039
Publication date 2005
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status File (Publisher version)
Volume 4
Issue 11
Start page 71
End page 81
Total pages 11
Editor S. Frunza
M. Jones
M. Frunza
Place of publication Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Publisher Catedra de Filosofie Sistematica, Universitatea ''Babes-Bolyai''
Language eng
Subject C1
440207 Religion and Society
440205 Islamic Studies
780199 Other
Formatted abstract
This paper will explore the gender discourse of contemporary Egyptian Islamists and argue that their gender discourse is not merely a religious and traditional discourse, but that this politico-religious Islamic ideology articulates a quite modern construct of gender equality. The gender discourse of a number of important Egyptian Islamists, al-Banna’, Qutb, al-Ghazali, al-Qaradawi and Ezzat will provide illustrations of these modern developments. Modern elements incorporated in today’s Islamist revivalist approaches create new understandings, neither purely traditional, nor purely modern, that are ‘modern constructs’ that attempt to remain traditional, while integrating specifically modern components. The presence of these two seemingly opposing and contradictory elements may account for the present popularity that Islamist discourses enjoy in many Muslims countries.
Keyword Gender
Egyptian Islamists
Muslim society
Muslim Women Question
Political activism
Feminism
Religion
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

 
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