Neopatriarchy: A Theory of Distorted Change in Arab Society



Neopatriarchy: A Theory of Distorted Change in Arab Society
Oxford University Press | October 29, 1992 | ISBN-10: 0195079132 | 224 pages | File type: PDF | 9.1 mb

Focusing on the region of the Arab worldcomprising some two hundred million people and twenty-one sovereign states extending from the Atlantic to the Persian Gulfthis book develops a theory of social change that demystifies the setbacks this region has experienced on the road to transformation. Professor Sharabi pinpoints economic, political, social, and cultural changes in the last century that led the Arab world, as well as other developing countries, not to modernity but to neopatriarchya modernized form of patriarchy. He shows how authentic change was blocked and distorted forms and practices subsequently came to dominate all aspects of social existence and activityamong them militant religious fundamentalism, an ideology symptomatic of neopatriarchal culture. Presenting itself as the only valid option, Muslim fundamentalism now confronts the elements calling for secularism and democracy in a bitter battle whose outcome is likely to determine the future of the Arab world as well as that of other Muslim societies in Africa and Asia.

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