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Beyond Tradition and Modernity: the PJD and the Demystification of Moroccan Islamism

Aguisoul, Sara LU (2018) CMEM01 20182
Centre for Middle Eastern Studies
Abstract
This research aims to clarify the entanglement and interplay of ideological revisions, Islamic conceptualizations and political standpoints of the Moroccan PJD, during the last decade, within the larger state-society relations. This will be carried out methodologically through a thematic periodized approach of two turning national occurrences namely the 2003 Casablanca terrorist attacks and the 2004 Moudawana (Moroccan Family Law) reform in addition to qualitative content analysis of various PJD documents such as their national conventions, media sources, interviews as well as secondary sources. In a nutshell, this thesis aims to answer the following research question broken down into two parts: how is the PJD involved in a post-Islamist... (More)
This research aims to clarify the entanglement and interplay of ideological revisions, Islamic conceptualizations and political standpoints of the Moroccan PJD, during the last decade, within the larger state-society relations. This will be carried out methodologically through a thematic periodized approach of two turning national occurrences namely the 2003 Casablanca terrorist attacks and the 2004 Moudawana (Moroccan Family Law) reform in addition to qualitative content analysis of various PJD documents such as their national conventions, media sources, interviews as well as secondary sources. In a nutshell, this thesis aims to answer the following research question broken down into two parts: how is the PJD involved in a post-Islamist stance? And how is it effectively contributing to the ‘invention’ and ‘reinvention’ of Islamic tradition? (Less)
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author
Aguisoul, Sara LU
supervisor
organization
course
CMEM01 20182
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
PJD, Islamism, Post-Islamism, Invention of tradition
language
English
id
8964496
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  abstract     = {This research aims to clarify the entanglement and interplay of ideological revisions, Islamic conceptualizations and political standpoints of the Moroccan PJD, during the last decade, within the larger state-society relations. This will be carried out methodologically through a thematic periodized approach of two turning national occurrences namely the 2003 Casablanca terrorist attacks and the 2004 Moudawana (Moroccan Family Law) reform in addition to qualitative content analysis of various PJD documents such as their national conventions, media sources, interviews as well as secondary sources. In a nutshell, this thesis aims to answer the following research question broken down into two parts: how is the PJD involved in a post-Islamist stance? And how is it effectively contributing to the ‘invention’ and ‘reinvention’ of Islamic tradition?},
  author       = {Aguisoul, Sara},
  keyword      = {PJD,Islamism,Post-Islamism,Invention of tradition},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Beyond Tradition and Modernity: the PJD and the Demystification of Moroccan Islamism},
  year         = {2018},
}