Professor Asef Bayat first coined the term ‘post-Islamism’ in a essay to describe the nascent reform movement in Iran, and it caught on like. Book Review of Asef Bayat’s “Making Islam Democratic: Social Movements and the Post-Islamist Turn.”. In this book, Asef Bayat proposes that democratic ideals have less to do with the Making Islam Democratic examines in detail those social movements that.
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The author’s zsef of professional experience in Iran and Egypt assist him in establishing a balanced approach in his comparative study.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Bayat’s rich empirical analysis is among the best of recent work on social movements in the region. Bayat’s study therefore contributes to a growing body of literature concerned with the various trajectories of Islamist movements and parties throughout the region.
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AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Whether Islam is compatible with democracy is an increasingly asked question, but ultimately a misguided one. It provides a fresh analysis of Iran’s Islamic revolution—how it has evolved into the pervasive, post-Islamist reform movement of the early twenty-first century, and how it differed from Egypt’s religious “passive revolution.
He offers a new approach to Islam and democracy, outlining how the social struggles of student organizations, youth and women’s groups, the intelligentsia, and other social movements can make Islam democratic. Poor People’s Movements in Iran Set up a giveaway.
Sign in via your Institution Sign in. Almost alone amongst scholars of the region in having expertise on both Iran and the Arab world, and with a deep commitment to combining regional knowledge with social theory, Bayat has produced a work of originality and quality.
The definition of Islamism itself is not advanced with a similar precision, but is described in terms of being a reaction of the marginalized Buy the selected items together This item: Nonetheless, focusing on Iran and Egypt, he sees grounds for hope, mainly in post-Islamist social movements which may establish a presence in civil society sufficient to force concessions from the regimes.
Excerpt from Chapter 1. This was a sign that he had captured a signficant insight that many of those working in the field were struggling to articulate. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.
You could not be signed in. The chapters analyzing Iranian and Egyptian politics over the last three decades are brilliant synopses, full of rich empirical detail while presenting clear arguments about their different trajectories.
More in Middle East Studies. Since their problems have recently become our problems too, this excellent book should be very widely read. Subsequently he lived and worked in Egypt, and got to know that country intimately.
Making Islam Democratic: Social Movements and the Post-Islamic Turn by Asef Bayat
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Focusing on events from the Iranian Revolution to the current day, with a comparative focus on Islamism, post-Islamism, and active religious expression across the region, Bayat naking the highly contested relationship between religion, politics, and the quotidian in the Middle East. Is Islam compatible with democratic norms and practices? See all 3 reviews. Poor People’s Movements in Iran My library Help Advanced Book Search.