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Krossa den skändliga

Appelros, Erica LU (2008) In Forskning och Framsteg 43(2). p.36-37
Abstract
Regarding religious fundamentalism it is sometimes argued that a woman who volontarily for religious reasons chooses her submission is not oppressed. The article argues that since religious fundamentalism defines woman as created by God to be subjected to man, she does not have the choice to choose non-submission should she wish to remain within her fundamentalist context and still be considered to be a woman. She is conceptually oppressed.
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keywords
fundamentalism, religion, woman, conceptual oppression, oppression
categories
Popular Science
in
Forskning och Framsteg
volume
43
issue
2
pages
36 - 37
publisher
Stiftelsen Forskning & Framsteg
ISSN
0015-7937
language
Swedish
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yes
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3dbd95fc-0cdf-482c-955b-3fbb30a7b90b (old id 1037046)
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2008-02-27 10:03:07
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  abstract     = {Regarding religious fundamentalism it is sometimes argued that a woman who volontarily for religious reasons chooses her submission is not oppressed. The article argues that since religious fundamentalism defines woman as created by God to be subjected to man, she does not have the choice to choose non-submission should she wish to remain within her fundamentalist context and still be considered to be a woman. She is conceptually oppressed.},
  author       = {Appelros, Erica},
  issn         = {0015-7937},
  keyword      = {fundamentalism,religion,woman,conceptual oppression,oppression},
  language     = {swe},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {36--37},
  publisher    = {Stiftelsen Forskning & Framsteg},
  series       = {Forskning och Framsteg},
  title        = {Krossa den skändliga},
  volume       = {43},
  year         = {2008},
}