DOI:​10.1177/0010414015626452
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Using the Qur’ān to Empower Arab Women? Theory and Experimental Evidence From Egypt
T. Masoud, Amaney Jamal, Elizabeth R Nugent
Published 2016
Sociology

Comparative Political Studies
A growing body of scholarship on the political and economic subordination of women in the Muslim world has argued that widespread patriarchal attitudes toward women’s roles in public life can be… Expand
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