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Nation-building, State and the Genderframing of Women's Rights in the United Arab Emirates (1971-2009) (Hardback)
  • Nation-building, State and the Genderframing of Women's Rights in the United Arab Emirates (1971-2009) (Hardback)
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Nation-building, State and the Genderframing of Women's Rights in the United Arab Emirates (1971-2009) (Hardback)

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Hardback 152 Pages / Published: 07/09/2012
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The extensive changes to Emirati women's traditional rights and roles have been one of the most visible transformations taking place in the United Arab Emirates throughout its forty years of modern history. This book offers an interpretation of why and how these modifications came about. The author discovers that there is no direct or easy link between the state's 'offer of rights' for women, and society's acceptance of them. Given these circumstances, the mechanisms that induce women to actually take advantage of what is offered have not been given sufficient attention. The concept of 'genderframing' aims precisely at defining that 'connecting mechanism', and explaining the successes and failures of these policies both mobilization- and implementation-wise. The term 'genderframing' refers to a dynamic and interactive process between the state and its population which entails the symbolic rework of meanings associated to women-related policies. It is argued that such re-interpretation has been purposefully conducted by the Emirati State in order to portray the changing roles of women as necessary and desirable, for reasons associated to nation-building purposes, religious conformity, promotion of family values, and efforts at indigenous cultural preservation. This book highlights the profound intertwining of gender, nation- building, and domestic socio-political dynamics in a country that, while seeking to establish its modernizing credentials, is still struggling for self-definition and empowerment.

Publisher: Garnet Publishing
ISBN: 9780863724329
Number of pages: 152
Weight: 363 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 15 mm

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