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The Resource Shari{u02BF}a Councils and Muslim Women in Britain : Rethinking the Role of Power and Authority

Shari{u02BF}a Councils and Muslim Women in Britain : Rethinking the Role of Power and Authority

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Shari{u02BF}a Councils and Muslim Women in Britain : Rethinking the Role of Power and Authority
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Shari{u02BF}a Councils and Muslim Women in Britain
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Rethinking the Role of Power and Authority
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Muslim Minorities Ser
Shari{u02BF}a Councils and Muslim Women in Britain : Rethinking the Role of Power and Authority
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Shari{u02BF}a Councils and Muslim Women in Britain : Rethinking the Role of Power and Authority
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Contents
Shari{u02BF}a Councils and Muslim Women in Britain: Rethinking the Role of Power and Authority -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- List of Abbreviations -- Introduction -- The Muslim Presence in Britain -- Responses of the State -- Answering the 'Why?' Question -- Some Theoretical Considerations: Authority, Power, Freedom and the Self -- Organisation of Book -- 1 The Shari{u02BF}a Councils, the Women and Some Methodological Concerns -- Introducing the Shari{u02BF}a Councils -- Research Sample -- The Islamic Shari{u02BF}a Council (ISC) -- The Birmingham Shari{u02BF}a Council (BSC) -- The Family and Social Affairs Department of the Islamic Centre of England (ICE) -- The Muslim Arbitration Tribunal (MAT) -- Using the Terms 'Shari{u02BF}a Council', 'Judges' and 'Islamic divorce' -- The Procedure of Obtaining a 'Religious' Divorce -- Introducing the Women -- Research Sample -- Profile of the Women -- Methodological Concerns -- Research Methods -- Considering the Researcher in the Field -- Ethical Considerations -- Limitations of Study -- 2 The Question of Authority -- The Complexity of Responses -- The Public and the Hidden Transcript -- Religion and the Reasoned Consideration of Legitimacy -- The Centrality of Knowledge -- Authority Reconsidered -- 3 The Women in Context: The Web of Power -- The Women and Their Social Field: Community and Power -- The Provisions of Islamic Law: Talaq, Khul{u02BF} and Litigious Divorces -- The Impact of Law on Power in Relationships -- Interactions with the Civil Law -- The Field of Possible Action -- 4 Tactics of Power -- The Decision to Use the Shari{u02BF}a Councils: A Particular Logic -- The Efficacy of Women's Use of Shari{u02BF}a Councils as a Tactic of Power: Are Patriarchal Bargains Successful? -- Shari{u02BF}a Councils and the Claim to Safeguard Women's Rights -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index
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