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  • “Bons soufis” et “mauvais islamistes”. La sociologie à l’épreuve de l’idéologie.
    Philippon, Alix (2015)
    Social Compass 62:2:187-198.

    Points to an activist, not disengaged, Sufism in Pakistan.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Pakistan; Islam, Pakistan; Pakistan; Islam, Sufi
  • When heterodoxy becomes heresy: Using Bourdieu's concept of doxa to describe state-sanctioned exclusion in Pakistan.
    Qadir, Ali (2015)
    Sociology of Religion 76:2: 155-176.

    Examines declassified transcripts of Pakistani parliamentary discussions of constitutional amendments that made Ahmadiyya heretical & subject to persecution.

    Associated Search Terms: Ahmadiyya; Symbolic capital; Politics, Pakistan; Persecution; Pakistan; Islam, Pakistan; Heresy; Doxa; Discourse; Bourdieu, Pierre
  • Islamism and masculinity: Case study Pakistan.
    Aslam, Maleeha (2014)
    Historical Social Research 39:3: 135-149.

    Associated Search Terms: Pakistan; Masculinity ideology; Islam, Pakistan
  • Jamaat-e-Islami Women in Pakistan: Vanguard of a New Modernity?
    Jamal, Amina (2013)
    Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Pakistan; Women; Jamaat-e-Islami; Islam, Pakistan; Pakistan
  • Faith or doctrine? Religion and support for political violence in Pakistan.
    Fair, C. Christine, Neil Malhotra, and Jacob N. Shapiro (2012)
    Public Opinion Quarterly 76:4: 688-720.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Pakistan; Islam, Pakistan; Violence; Pakistan
  • The 'urs of the patron saint of Lahore: National popular festival and sacred union between the Pakistani state and society?
    Philippon, Alix (2012)
    Social Compass 59:3: 289-297.

    Overview of a festival/pilgrimage ('urs) of a Sufi saint, used by the Pakistani government as a nationalist symbol.

    Associated Search Terms: Pilgrimage; Sufi, Pakistan; Politics, Pakistan; Pakistan; Nationalism; Islam, Pakistan; Feast; Saints
  • The Rational Believer: Choices and Decisions in the Madrasas of Pakistan.
    Bano, Masooda (2012)
    Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Pakistan; Pakistan; Rational choice theory; Madrasa; Education
  • Soufisme et politique au Pakistan. Le movement barelwi à l’heure de la “guerre contre le terrorisme”.
    Philippon, Alix (2011)
    Paris: Karthala.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Pakistan; Pakistan; Politics, Pakistan; Islam, Sufi
  • Les "martyrs" jihadistes veulent-ils forcément mourir? Une approche émique de la radicalisation autosacrificielle au Pakistan.
    Blom, Amélie (2011)
    Revue française de sociologie 61:5: 867-891.

    Associated Search Terms: Martyr; Pakistan; Suicide; Terrorism; Islam, Pakistan
  • Engaging fundamentalism: The case of women's NGOs in Pakistan.
    Jafar, Afshan (2007)
    Social Problems 54:3: 256-273.

    Associated Search Terms: Fundamentalism; Women; Social services; Pakistan; Islam, Pakistan
  • Interpreting Islam and Women's Rights. Implementing CEDAN in Pakistan.
    Weiss, Anita M. (2003)
    International Sociology 18:3: 581-601.

    Reports the public discussion in Pakistan occasioned by the United Nations' "convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women."

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Pakistan; Pakistan; Women
  • Faithlines: Muslim Conceptions of Islam and Society.
    Riaz, Hassan (2002)
    Karachi: Oxford University Press.

    Based on interviews with educated Muslims in 4 nations.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Religiosity; Islam, Pakistan; Islam, Indonesia; Pakistan; Islam, Kazakhstan; Kazakhstan; Islam, Egypt; Egypt
  • Religion and language in the formation of naltionhood in Pakistan and Bangladesh.
    Fazal, Tanveer (1999)
    Sociological Bulletin 48:1/2: 175-199. [In Rowena Robinson (ed.) Sociology of Religion in India. New Delhi: Sage, 2004, pp. 275-301.

    While the Pakistani state formed around Islam, the secondary status accorded Bangla-speakers in the former East Pakistan led to a linguistic identity that resulted in Bangladesh as a nation state.

    Associated Search Terms: State; Gramsci, Antonio; Islam, Bangladesh; Islam, Pakistan; State formation; Bangladesh; Pakistan
  • Flagellation and fundamentalism: (Trans)forming meaning, identity, and gender through Pakistani women's rituals of mourning.
    Hegland, Mary Elaine (1998)
    American Ethnologist 25:2: 240-266.

    Associated Search Terms: Women; Ritual; Flagellation; Funeral; Gender; Islam, Pakistan; Pakistan, Peshwara
  • Religion and Constitutionalism in Western History and in Modern Iran and Pakistan.
    Arjomand, Said Amir (1993)
    In Said Amir Arjomand (ed.), The Political Dimensions of Religion. Albany: State University of New York Press, pp. 69-99.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Pakistan; Law; Shi'ite, Iran; Islam, Iran; Pakistan; Iran; State; Sunni, Pakistan
  • Le Pakistan: état des musulmans ou état musulman.
    Gaborieau, Marc (1979)
    Projet 140: 1273-1280.

    Overview of the issue of established Islam in Pakistan.

    Associated Search Terms: Pakistan; State; Islam, Pakistan
  • Traditional vs. Modern Trends in Pakistan: A Muslim Society in Transition.
    Kanwar, Mahfooz A. (1971)
    Social Compass 18:2: 263-277.

    Observations based on 1968-69 interviews in then-West Pakistan.

    Associated Search Terms: Pakistan; Change; Islam, Pakistan
  • Problems of Islamic Modernism, with Special Reference to Indo-Pakistan Sub-continent.
    Ahmad, Aziz (1967)
    Archives de sociologie des religions 23: 107-116.

    A fully secularized state is incompatible with Islamic ideals.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Pakistan; State; India; Islam, India; Pakistan
  • Perspectives on the Functions of Religion in a Developing County: Islam in Pakistan.
    Eister, Allan W. (1964)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 3:2: 227-238.

    Analyzes 1960 data from 450 respondents in 52 villages in 29 areas; focuses on the openness of Islam to religious nonconformity & change.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Pakistan; Pakistan; Modernization
  • Searching after the Straight Path. The Role of the Religious Leader, the Pir, in the Islam of West Pakistan.
    Camps, Arnulf (1964)
    Social Compass 11:6: 23-24.

    Use of previous studies & 1960 field work at Shehwan Sharif to show that in the local popular Islam people's relationships to God were mediated through a non-mosque religious leader.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Pakistan; Pakistan, Shehwan Sharif; Popular religion; Pir
  • Some Aspects of the Religious Crisis of Islam in West Pakistan.
    Camps, Arnulf (1962)
    Social Compass 9:3: 221-237.

    The difficulty of adapting to the modern world is exacerbated by the large number of sects & the predominance of popular religion.

    Associated Search Terms: Pluralism; Popular religion; Islam, Pakistan; Pakistan
  • Modern Tendencies in Islam in Pakistan.
    Eberhard, Wolfram (1960)
    Sociologus 10;2: 139-152.

    Examines tensions among Sunni, Shi'a, Ismaili, & Qadiani, over the nature of the new Pakistani state.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Pakistan; Politics, Pakistan; State; Pakistan
  • Modern Islam in India. A Social Analysis.
    Smith, Wilfred Cantwell (1943)
    Lahore: Minerva. [London: V. Gollancz, 1946]

    Associated Search Terms: India; Pakistan; Nationalism; Islam, Pakistan; Islam, India
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