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By Margaretha A. van Es

This ebook explores how stereotypes of “oppressed Muslim girls” feed into the self-representations of ladies with a Muslim historical past. the point of interest is on ladies energetic in, and conversing on behalf of, a wide selection of minority self-organisations within the Netherlands and Norway among 1975 and 2010. the writer unearths how those girls have internalised and appropriated specific stereotypes, and in addition constructed counter-stereotypes approximately majority Dutch or Norwegian girls. She demonstrates, in particular, how they've got attempted many times to alter well known perceptions through supplying replacement pictures of themselves and of Islam, paying specific cognizance to their makes an attempt to achieve entry to media debates. Her valuable argument is that their efforts to undermine stereotypes might be understood as an statement of belonging in Dutch and Norwegian society and, in terms of ladies devoted to Islam, as a requirement for his or her faith to be authorised. This cutting edge paintings offers a “history from under” that makes a helpful contribution to scholarly debates approximately citizenship as a convention of inclusion and exclusion. delivering new insights into the dynamics among stereotyping and self-representation, it is going to entice students of gender, faith, media, and cultural diversity.

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Because LexisNexis does not display the pictures that accompany some of the articles, only texts have been included in the study. 134 34 Stereotypes and Self-Representations of Women with a Muslim... servative positioning in their respective countries,135 which makes them well suited for comparison. The analysis of newspaper articles has a quantitative and a qualitative component. g. news report, feature story, or opinion piece), ethnic and religious background of author (as far as this can be determined based on the author’s name), background of people used as sources, labels used for women with a Muslim background, topic the women are connected with, and the role attributed to Islam in the text (negative, positive, neutral, or not mentioned at all).

Page=activiteiten (accessed 15 May 2014). page=geschiedenis (accessed 15 May 2014); Adeela Nawaz – MashriQ SV (interviewed 4 June 2013). 81 AJO-membership was open to all Muslim and non-Muslim youth regardless of their religious denomination. However, the Shiite beliefs were central to the activities.  26–27. 83 Leila Moallemzadeh – AJO (interviewed 18 June 2013). 24 Stereotypes and Self-Representations of Women with a Muslim... 84 By 2010, these activities attracted about a hundred people, while a few hundred people received the monthly newsletter.

12–13. 91 “Aktivitetskalenderen Høsten 1996”, MiRA – Forum for Minoritetskvinner (1996), p. 30; “Aktivitetskalenderen Våren 1997” MiRA – Forum for Minoritetskvinner (1996), p. no/no/component/content/article/19-om89 26 Stereotypes and Self-Representations of Women with a Muslim... Centre was approached by more than 10,000 people, 60 % of whom were ethnic minority women. 92 The active core is still highly diverse, not only in terms of ethnicity but also in terms of age and socio-economic status.

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