Book 2014

Between Dissent and Power

The Transformation of Islamic Politics in the Middle East and Asia

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ISBN: 978-1-349-48841-4 (Print) 978-1-137-40880-8 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv

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    Pages 1-18

    Islamic Politics between Dissent and Power: An Overview

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    Pages 19-41

    Political Economy and the Explanation of the Islamic Politics in the Contemporary World

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    Pages 42-65

    The Organizational Vehicles of Islamic Political Dissent: Social Bases, Genealogies and Strategies

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    Pages 66-88

    Islamic Dissent in Iran’s Full-fledged Islamic Revolutionary State

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    Pages 89-107

    Muslimhood and Post-Islamist Power: The Turkish Example

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    Pages 108-133

    Survival, Triumph and Fall: The Political Transformation of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt

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    Pages 134-153

    Islamist Ideals and Governing Realities: Nahda’s Project and the Constraint of Adaptation in Post-revolution Tunisia

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    Pages 154-176

    Reforming the Regime or Reforming the Dissidents? The Gradualist Dissent of Islamic Movements in Morocco

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    Pages 177-200

    Social Transformation and the Reinventions of Parti Islam in Malaysia

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    Pages 201-223

    Political Fragmentation and Islamic Politics in Pakistan

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    Pages 224-247

    A Perverse Symbiosis: The State, Islam and Political Dissent in Contemporary Algeria

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    Pages 248-274

    Morality Racketeering: Vigilantism and Populist Islamic Militancy in Indonesia

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 275-282