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Download eBook Across the Muslim world, representing a fifth of the global population, unprecedented numbers of women are going to work. In the span of just over a decade, millions have joined the workforce, giving them more earning and purchasing power and greater personal autonomy.
In Fifty Million Rising, award-winning economist Saadia Zahidi illuminates this discreet but momentous revolution by sifting through the data and relating the personal stories of the remarkable women who are at the forefront of this revolution-a McDonald's worker in Pakistan who has climbed the ranks to manager; the founder of an online hijab fashion startup in Indonesia; a widow in Egypt who owns a catering business with her daughter, against her son's wishes; and an executive in a Saudi corporation who is transforming the culture of her workplace; among many others.
These women are challenging familial and social conventions, as well as compelling businesses to cater to women as both workers and consumers. More importantly, they are gaining the economic power that will upend entrenched cultural norms, re-shape how women are viewed in the Muslim world and elsewhere, and change the mindset of the next generation.
Economics trumps culture-and then shapes culture. Inspiring and deeply reported, Fifty Million Rising is a uniquely insightful portrait of a seismic shift with global significance, as Muslim women worldwide claim a seat at the table.#02 Abu-Lughod: Writing against Culture.
Friday, 11 December , pm – pm The Field, Queens Road, London SE14 5HD Chaired by OmarJoseph Nasser-Khoury Rail/Overground: New Cross Gate, Queens Road Peckham Free, please book your place.
We have selected Writing against Culture () by Lila Abu-Lughod for our second reading.
This discussion will be chaired by OmarJoseph . Extrait de la couverture: " In Lila Abu-Lughod climbed out of a dusty van to meet members of a small Awlad 'Ali Bedouin community.
Living in this Egyptian Bedouin settlement for extended periods during the following decade, Abu-Lughod took part in family life, with its moments of . Lila Abu-Lughod begins her essay with the claim that the arguments made in Writing Culture need to be extended to a more radical conclusion.
Rather than settle for new textual strategies in ethnography that acknow-.
Field research, field studies, or fieldwork is the collection of raw data outside a laboratory, library, or workplace setting. The approaches and methods used in field research vary across regardbouddhiste.com example, biologists who conduct field research may simply observe animals interacting with their environments, whereas social scientists conducting field research .
SPEAKING ABOUT ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORY Lila Abu-Lughod T he history of anthropological theory is a history of debate. What has . File, Other Writing “Toward an Accomplice Anthropology.” Anthropology News.
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