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  • Islam, Charity, and Activism: Middle-Class Networks and Social Welfare in Egypt, Jordan, and Yemen.
    Clark, Janine A. (2004)
    Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Egypt; Yemen; Islam; Stratification; Charities; Jordan
  • Religion and the State: The Singularity of the Jordanian Religious Experience.
    Moaddel, Mansoor (2002)
    International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society 15:4: 527-568.

    Seeks to explain the peaceful coexistence of a Moslem Brotherhood and a secular government in Jordan.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Jordan; Brotherhood; Jordan; Politics, Jordan
  • Islam is the Solution: Jordanian Islamists and the Dilemma of the "Modern Woman."
    Taraki, Lisa (1995)
    British Journal of Sociology 46:4: 643-661.

    The constituency for Islamist traditionalism on the public role of women is the experience of social disruption from new patterns of women's work, education, & visibility, & in the experience of alienation from the insular world of a westernized elite.

    Associated Search Terms: Change; Sex role; Traditionalism; Women; Islam, Jordan; Jordan
  • Sacré et vie quotidienne. Perspectives sur une société arabo-musulmane modrne.
    Haddad, Juliette (1982)
    Social Compass 29:4: 311-333.

    Focuses on the Jordanian population in Karak & Agaba regions. Once nomads, they adopted settled lives & formal education. Islamic beliefs remained; pre-Islamic ones were abandoned.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Jordan; Jordan; Education; Modernization
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