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  • 1
    Book
    Book
    Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press
    ISBN: 9781399512374
    Language: English
    Pages: xxv, 260 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: Edinburgh studies on diasporas and transnationalism
    DDC: 305.891992055
    Note: Enthält Literaturverzeichnis (Seiten: 229 - 251) und Index
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  • 2
    ISBN: 9781108738439 , 9781108488105
    Language: English
    Pages: xii, 298 Seiten
    Edition: First paperback edition
    Series Statement: The global Middle East [12]
    Series Statement: The global Middle East
    Keywords: Iran ; Film ; Mut'a ; Geschlechterrolle ; Persisch ; Literatur ; Mut'a ; Geschlechterrolle
    Note: Reihenzählung gemäß Verlagsseite
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  • 3
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press | Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest
    ISBN: 9781399512398
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (289 pages)
    Edition: 1st ed.
    Series Statement: Edinburgh Studies on Diasporas and Transnationalism Series
    DDC: 305.891992055
    Keywords: Electronic books
    Abstract: Studies the ways that diasporic Iranian Armenian authors and artists negotiate their identities as minoritized population within a liminal space that includes religious, ethnic, national, racial, cultural, gender, and sexual factors.
    Note: Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources
    URL: Volltext  (URL des Erstveröffentlichers)
    URL: Cover
    URL: Volltext  (URL des Erstveröffentlichers)
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  • 4
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press | Oxford : Oxford University Press
    ISBN: 9781399512398
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: Edinburgh studies on diasporas and transnationalism
    Series Statement: Edinburgh scholarship online
    DDC: 305.891992055
    Keywords: Armenians ; Armenian diaspora ; National characteristics, Armenian ; National characteristics, Iranian ; Transnationalism ; History ; United States of America, USA ; Literary studies: fiction, novelists & prose writers ; Asian history ; Popular culture ; Ethnic minorities & multicultural studies
    Abstract: This volume studies the ways that diasporic Iranian Armenian authors and artists negotiate their identities as minoritized population within a liminal space that includes religious, ethnic, national, racial, cultural, gender, and sexual factors.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 5
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    London : I. B. Tauris & Company, Limited
    ISBN: 9780755647279
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (319 pages)
    Edition: 1st ed.
    Series Statement: Sex, Family and Culture in the Middle East Series
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 305.42
    Keywords: MeToo movement ; Feminism ; Féminisme - Iran ; Mouvement #MoiAussi - Iran ; Feminism ; MeToo movement ; Iran
    Abstract: Cover -- Half Title -- Series -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Note on Transliteration and Translation -- Prologue -- 1 Like a Wrapped Chocolate: The Islamic Republic's Politics of Hijab and the Normalization of Sexual Harassment (Esha Momen -- 2 The Iranian #MeToo and the Double Bind of Iranian Feminism: Between Religion, the Global Gender Struggle, and Liberal Femi -- 3 Rhetorical Listening to the Iranian #MeToo Movement in Diaspora (Yalda N. Hamidi) -- 4 Structural and Material Considerations and the Nexus of Power and Sexuality in the Iranian #MeToo Movement (Mahdi Tourage -- 5 Twitter Data Analysis on #MeTooIran (Yasamin Rezai and Mehdy Sedaghat Payam) -- 6 #Unveiling_the_Iranian_MeToo: Symptomatic Reading of Iranian MeToo through the Lens of Political Economy (Paria Rahimi) -- 7 Whose Voice Is Missing? MeToo Digital Storytelling on Instagram and the Politics of Inclusion (Golnar Gishnizjani -- 8 Sexual Violence, MeToo, and Iranian Lesbians' Censored Voices (Mahdis Sadeghipouya) -- 9 The White-Collars' New Masculinities in #MeToo: How to Maintain Gendered Privileges? (Somayeh Rostampour) -- 10 Hush! Girls Don't Scream (2013) by Puran Derakhshandeh and the #MeToo Movement in Iran (Maryam Zehtabi) -- Afterword (Roger Friedland, Janet Afary, and Charlotte Hoppen) -- Notes -- Prologue -- Introduction: Bodies, Spaces, and Places -- 1 Like a Wrapped Chocolate: The Islamic Republic's Politics of Hijab and the Normalization of Sexual Harassment -- 2 The Iranian #MeToo and the Double Bind of Iranian Feminism: Between Religion, the Global Gender Struggle, and Liberal Feminism -- 3 Rhetorical Listening to the Iranian #MeToo Movement in Diaspora -- 4 Structural and Material Considerations and the Nexus of Power and Sexuality in the Iranian #MeToo Movement -- 5 Twitter Data Analysis on #MeTooIran.
    Abstract: "The volume includes a prologue, this introduction, ten chapters, and an afterword. Contextualizing the historical framework of Iranian MeToo activism within the larger Iranian feminist movements as well as the historical background within the context of the Middle East, the contributors address how the privileged position of men who have been outed as rapists, helps them to aggregate social, political, sexual, and economic capital through various networking to delegitimize the narratives of the survivors and in fact, to use their testimonies to their benefit. While Iran's #MeToo challenges the political economy of a capitalist society which re-produces systems of oppression such as sexual assault, one way this privileged position is considered as Iran's class-based system within the power hierarchies which allows men from the upper class of society to exploit those from more oppressed social groups. Within this complex web of power and privilege, the question of consent is significant. After discussion of the various confluences of positions of power and privilege in silencing the voices of the survivors to the assaulters' benefit in accumulating socioeconomic, sexual, and political capital, the volume also covers the intersections of various systems of oppression specifically highlighting marginalized voices such as the experiences of lesbian and the lesbophobe attacks within the online digital world. In these chapters, the contributors highlight the power dynamics within digital feminist networks in Iran with their unique attributes due to political, social, and religious structures. Many of these feminist networks have been selective in their support of the survivors which also speaks to the intersection of class and power leading to the inclusion of some and exclusion of others from the feminist discourses and support. The volume ends with a chapter focusing on cultural productions, specifically cinematic works, through which some filmmakers have challenged normalizations of sexual harassment by offering alternative discourses which have arguably paved the way for #MeTooIran" --
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  • 6
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    London : Bloomsbury Visual Arts | London : Bloomsbury Publishing (UK)
    ISBN: 9780755647286
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (320 pages)
    Edition: 1st ed
    Series Statement: Sex, Family and Culture in the Middle East
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als The #MeToo Movement in Iran
    DDC: 305.42
    RVK:
    Keywords: Sexual harassment of women ; MeToo movement ; Feminism ; Feminism & feminist theory ; Political activism ; Sexual abuse & harassment ; Féminisme - Iran ; Mouvement #MoiAussi - Iran ; Feminism ; MeToo movement ; Iran ; Iran ; Frauenbewegung ; Sexuelle Belästigung ; Diskriminierung ; Geschlecht
    Abstract: "The volume includes a prologue, this introduction, ten chapters, and an afterword. Contextualizing the historical framework of Iranian MeToo activism within the larger Iranian feminist movements as well as the historical background within the context of the Middle East, the contributors address how the privileged position of men who have been outed as rapists, helps them to aggregate social, political, sexual, and economic capital through various networking to delegitimize the narratives of the survivors and in fact, to use their testimonies to their benefit. While Iran's #MeToo challenges the political economy of a capitalist society which re-produces systems of oppression such as sexual assault, one way this privileged position is considered as Iran's class-based system within the power hierarchies which allows men from the upper class of society to exploit those from more oppressed social groups. Within this complex web of power and privilege, the question of consent is significant. After discussion of the various confluences of positions of power and privilege in silencing the voices of the survivors to the assaulters' benefit in accumulating socioeconomic, sexual, and political capital, the volume also covers the intersections of various systems of oppression specifically highlighting marginalized voices such as the experiences of lesbian and the lesbophobe attacks within the online digital world. In these chapters, the contributors highlight the power dynamics within digital feminist networks in Iran with their unique attributes due to political, social, and religious structures. Many of these feminist networks have been selective in their support of the survivors which also speaks to the intersection of class and power leading to the inclusion of some and exclusion of others from the feminist discourses and support. The volume ends with a chapter focusing on cultural productions, specifically cinematic works, through which some filmmakers have challenged normalizations of sexual harassment by offering alternative discourses which have arguably paved the way for #MeTooIran" --
    Description / Table of Contents: Acknowledgement Note on Transliteration and Translation Prologue: #MeToo Movement and Redefining the Private Sphere by Ziba Jalali Naini Introduction: Bodies, Spaces, and Places by Claudia Yaghoobi Chapter One: Like A Wrapped Chocolate: The Islamic Republic's Politics of Hijab and the Normalization of Sexual Harassment by Esha Momeni Chapter Two: The Iranian #MeToo and the Double Bind of Iranian Feminism: Between Religion, the Global Gender Struggle and Liberal Feminism by Dilyana Mincheva and Niloofar Hooman Chapter Three: Rhetorical Listening to the Iranian #MeToo Movement in Diaspora by Yalda N. Hamidi Chapter Four: Structural and Material Considerations and the Nexus of Power and Sexuality in the MeToo Movement by Mahdi Tourage Chapter Five: Twitter Data Analysis on #MeTooIran by Yasamin Rezai and Mehdy Sedaghat Payam Chapter Six: #Unveiling_the_Iranian_MeToo_in_Three_Acts: Symptomatic Reading of Iranian MeToo through the Lens of Political Economy. by Paria Rahimi Chapter Seven: Whose voice is missing? MeToo digital storytelling on Instagram and the politics of inclusion by Golnar Gishnizjani Chapter Eight: Sexual Violence, MeToo, and Iranian Lesbians' Censored Voices by Mahdis Sadeghipouya Chapter Nine: The White-Collars' New Masculinities in #MeToo: How to Maintain Gendered Privileges? by Somayeh Rostampour Chapter Ten: Hush! Girls Don't Scream (2013) by Puran Derakhshandeh and the #MeToo movement in Iran by Maryam Zehtabi Afterword: Patriarchalism, Male Abuse, and the Sources of the #MeToo Movement in the Muslim Middle East by Roger Friedland, Janet Afary, and Charlotte Hoppen Bibliography Index
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  • 7
    ISBN: 9780755647255
    Language: English
    Pages: xix, 297 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    Series Statement: Sex, family and culture in the Middle East series
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als The #MeToo Movement in Iran
    DDC: 305.42
    RVK:
    Keywords: MeToo movement ; Feminism ; Féminisme - Iran ; Mouvement #MoiAussi - Iran ; Feminism ; MeToo movement ; Iran ; Iran ; Frauenbewegung ; Sexuelle Belästigung ; Diskriminierung ; Geschlecht
    Abstract: "The volume includes a prologue, this introduction, ten chapters, and an afterword. Contextualizing the historical framework of Iranian MeToo activism within the larger Iranian feminist movements as well as the historical background within the context of the Middle East, the contributors address how the privileged position of men who have been outed as rapists, helps them to aggregate social, political, sexual, and economic capital through various networking to delegitimize the narratives of the survivors and in fact, to use their testimonies to their benefit. While Iran's #MeToo challenges the political economy of a capitalist society which re-produces systems of oppression such as sexual assault, one way this privileged position is considered as Iran's class-based system within the power hierarchies which allows men from the upper class of society to exploit those from more oppressed social groups. Within this complex web of power and privilege, the question of consent is significant. After discussion of the various confluences of positions of power and privilege in silencing the voices of the survivors to the assaulters' benefit in accumulating socioeconomic, sexual, and political capital, the volume also covers the intersections of various systems of oppression specifically highlighting marginalized voices such as the experiences of lesbian and the lesbophobe attacks within the online digital world. In these chapters, the contributors highlight the power dynamics within digital feminist networks in Iran with their unique attributes due to political, social, and religious structures. Many of these feminist networks have been selective in their support of the survivors which also speaks to the intersection of class and power leading to the inclusion of some and exclusion of others from the feminist discourses and support. The volume ends with a chapter focusing on cultural productions, specifically cinematic works, through which some filmmakers have challenged normalizations of sexual harassment by offering alternative discourses which have arguably paved the way for #MeTooIran" --
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  • 8
    Article
    Article
    In:  Sexuality in Muslim contexts 2012, S. 52-78
    Language: English
    Titel der Quelle: Sexuality in Muslim contexts
    Angaben zur Quelle: 2012, S. 52-78
    Note: Claudia Yaghoobi
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