V A R I O R U M m o ra pa ti v , d u ca ies an of d A u th M si a ri Af th e l. Vo i do Â© 1, o. 07 20 1xi ve 06 0 - 05 Pr e ss 7, N 08 5 /1 D by e uk Un ty r si eminis have long argued that probably all modern ates possess, albeit in different degrees, patriarchal tendencies. But patriarchy figures especially prominently in those authoritarian regimes and movements that exhibit conservative religious (Islamic, Chriian, Jewish, or Hindu) dispositions. Indeed, patriarchy is entrenched in religious authoritarian polity.1 It is known that in many authoritarian Muslim ates, such as Egypt, the Sudan, Saudi Arabia, or the Islamic Republic of Iran, where conservative Islamic laws are in place, women have turned into second-class citizens in many domains of public life. Consequently, a central queion for womenâs rights activis is how to achieve gender equality under such circumances. A common rategy proposed consis of organizing rong womenâs movements to fight for equal rights. Movements are usually perceived in terms of collective activities of a large number of women organized under
Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East – Duke University Press
Published: Jan 1, 2007
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