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Title Genre et fondamentalismes = gender and fundamentalisms / edited by Fatou Sow
Published Dakar, Sénégal : Conseil pour le Développement de la Recherche en Sciences Sociale en Afrique, [2018]
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Description 1 online resource (xiv, 417 pages)
Contents Genre et fondamentalismes en Afrique : une introduction / Fatou Sow -- Religion, culture et politique : relire les fondamentalismes / Fatou Sow -- Fundamentalism and the challenge to women's human rights / Karima Bennoune -- Genre et defis des fondamentalismes en Afrique / Fatou Sow -- Genre et fondamentalismes culturels et religieux en Afrique / Albertine Tshibilondi Ngoyi -- Évolution des rôles sans evolution du statut : souffrance et strategies insoupçonnees des femmes de la banlieue dakaroise / Rosalie Macchia-Samba -- "Femmes soyez soumises" : perception et limite de l'application des mesures de lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes en milieu conjugal en Republique democratique du Congo / Francine Shako Obonga -- Des figures feminines "scandaleuses" au Senegal : une tension entre subjectivation transgressive et conformisme aux valeurs culturelles fondamentales / Awa Diop -- Sexualite et procreation des femmes atteintes du VIH/SIDA à Yaounde : entre fondamentalismes et discours medical / Moustapha Moncher Nsangou Mbouemboue -- L'impasse sur les droits sexuels dans la lutte des feministes senegalaises pour la penalisation des mutilations genitales feminines au Senegal : autocensure ou cesure strategique? / Maïmouna Ndoye -- Homosexuality and religious fundamentalism in the Ghanaian mediascape : clashes between an "un-godly" concept and lived practices / Karine Geoffrion -- Les femmes au sein de l'Église kimbanguiste / Camille Welepele Elatre -- Émergence des femmes dans les Églises dites de "reveil" à Yaounde (Cameroun) / Érick Zackarie Endeme Tsamenye -- Cultural fundamentalism and gender disparity Chidiebere / James Onwutuebe -- Understanding women's participation in politics and decision-making : the case of Namibia's 2009 elections / Michael Conteh -- Women and politics in postcolonial Swaziland through the prism of the Kwetfula-Marula ceremony / Hellen Promise Mhlanga -- Terrorism and counterterrorism in Eastern Africa : concerns for Muslim women in Kenya / Alfred Anangwe
Summary When, why and how can religion and culture be both sources, and places of expression for fundamentalisms, particularly in relation to politics? Those are the central questions asked throughout this book alongside a discussion on the result when religion, strenthened by culture, is used as a political tool to access moral and social power. Cultural and religious messages often form the basis of decisions, laws and programs made in politics, and have a direct effect on society in general, and on women and gender relations in particular. The various forms taken by fundamentalisms in some African countries and the contexts under which they have emerged, the ways in which they (re)shape identities and relationships between men and women are also analysed in this book. These fundamentalisms are frequently sources of concern in social debates, in feminist and feminine organizations as well as in academia and politics. The manipulation of cultures and religions are becoming progressively political, and consequently can cause social discrimination, or even physical, moral, and symbolic violence
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on December 21, 2018)
Subject Fundamentalism -- Africa
Women -- Africa -- Social conditions
Fundamentalism.
Women -- Social conditions.
Africa.
Form Electronic book
Author Sow, Fatou, editor
ISBN 2869787847 (electronic book)
9782869787841 (electronic book)
Other Titles Gender and fundamentalisms