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Gender and globalization.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-282) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Disobedient wives and neglectful husbands : marital relations and the first phase of family law reform in Egypt / Kenneth M. Cuno Patriarchy, sexuality, and property : the impact of colonial state policies on gender relations in India / Flavia Agnes The monotheisms, patriarchy, and the constitutional right to human dignity in Israel / Frances Raday Legal pluralism versus a uniform civil code : the continuing debates in India / Manisha Desai Institutions and women's rights : religion, the state, and family in Turkey / Zehra F. Kabasakal Arat Struggles over personal status and family law in post-Baathist Iraq / Juan Cole Family, gender, and law in Jordan and Palestine / Lynn Welchman Revisiting the debate on family law in Morocco : context, actors, and discourses / Zakia Salime Straddling CEDAW and the MMA : conflicting visions of women's rights in contemporary Pakistan / Anita M. Weiss Gender and law(s) : moral regulation in contemporary Bangladesh / Shelley Feldman Shifting practices and identities : nontraditional relationships among Sunni Muslim Egyptians and Emiratis / Frances S. Hasso Afghan refugee women in Iran : revisioning the Afghan family / Homa Hoodfar.
KMC156 .F36 2009
Family, gender, & law in a globalizing Middle East and South Asia.
Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, 2009.