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LeVine, Mark

Religion, Social Practice, and Contested Hegemonies

LeVine, Mark - Religion, Social Practice, and Contested Hegemonies, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction Reconstructing the Public Sphere in Muslim Majority Societies
Armando Salvatore, Mark LeVine

Part I. Contested Hegemonies in the Public Sphere

2. Socio-Religious Movements and the Transformation of “Common Sense” into a Politics of “Common Good”
Mark LeVine, Armando Salvatore

3. Power, Religion, and the Effects of Publicness in 20th-Century Shiraz
Setrag Manoukian

4. “Doing Good, Like Sayyida Zaynab”: Lebanese Shi‘I Women’s Participation in the Public Sphere
Lara Deeb

5. “Building the World” in a Global Age
Raymond William Baker

Part II. Practice, Communication, and the Public Construction of Legal Argument

6. Constructing the Private/Public Distinction in Muslim Majority Societies: A Praxiological Approach
Baudouin Dupret, Jean-Noël Ferrié

7. Communicative Action and the Social Construction of Shari‘a in Pakistan
Muhammad Khalid Masud

8. Is There an Arab Public Sphere? The Palestinian Intifada, a Saudi Fatwa and the Egyptian Press
Dyala Hamzah

9. Cover Stories: A Genealogy of the Legal Public Sphere in Yemen
Brinkley Messick

10. Conclusion Public Spheres Transnationalized: Comparisons Within and Beyond Muslim Majority Societies
Cecelia Lynch

Keywords: Religious Studies, Social Aspects of Religion, International Relations, Political Theory, Political Philosophy, Political Science, Religion and Society

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Culture and Religion in International Relations
Page amount
262 pages
Category
Religions
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781403979247
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-53082-3

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