Islamic activism : a social movement theory approach / edited by Quintan Wiktorowicz. - Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c.2004. - xii, 316 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Islamic activism and social movement theory / Quintan Wiktorowicz -- From marginalization to massacres : a political process explanation of GIA violence in Algeria / Mohammed M. Hafez -- Violence as contention in the Egyptian Islamic movement / Mohammed M. Hafez and Quintan Wiktorowicz -- Repertoires of contention in contemporary Bahrain / Fred H. Lawson -- Hamas as social movement / Glenn E. Robinson -- The networked world of Islamist social movements / Diane Singerman -- Islamist women in Yemen : informal nodes of activism / Janine A. Clark -- Collective action with and without Islam : mobilizing the bazaar in Iran / Benjamin Smith -- The Islah party in Yemen : political opportunities and coalition building in a transitional polity / Jillian Schwedler -- Interests, ideas, and Islamist outreach in Egypt / Carrie Rosefsky Wickham -- Making conversation permissible : Islamism and reform in Saudi Arabia / Gwenn Okruhlik -- Opportunity spaces, identity, and Islamic meaning in Turkey / M. Hakan Yavuz -- Social movement theory and Islamic studies / Charles Kurzman.

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Social movements--Arab countries.
Social movements--Middle East.
Islam and politics--Arab countries.
Islam and politics--Middle East.





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