La evolución e intersección del feminismo islámico académico y popular en Turquía

  • Didem Aydindag University of Kyrenia
Palabras clave: feminismo islámico, AKP, feminismo islamista, estado secular, feminismo en las redes sociales, Turquía, islam político

Resumen

El feminismo islámico en Turquía no es monolítico ni estático. El artículo argumentaba que desde la década de 1980 en adelante hay tres fases del feminismo islámico en las que el feminismo islámico evolucionó y cambió en su discurso, métodos y preocupaciones. La primera fase es a fines de los años ochenta y noventa, donde las mujeres piadosas se integraron al sistema político. Esta primera fase puede considerarse como el surgimiento de las feministas islámicas (ist). La segunda fase, a partir de la regla AKP, 2002 a 2013, muestra la transformación del feminismo del Islam (ist) al feminismo del Islam (ic). En ese sentido, el feminismo islamista se refiere a las mujeres piadosas, que participan activamente en la arena social y política para el éxito de la causa islámica. En otras palabras, cuestionan la estructura estatal secular e intentan abrir un espacio para el Islam en el gobierno. La tercera fase se encuentra actualmente en la etapa de formación en las protestas posteriores al Parque Gezi 2013. Esta era es la aparición de verdaderas feministas islámicas, en la que está marcada por el uso extensivo de las redes sociales y el proceso y los desafíos se vuelven más seculares.

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2019-09-30
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Didem Aydindag. (2019). La evolución e intersección del feminismo islámico académico y popular en Turquía. Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 4(19), 1026-1034. Recuperado a partir de http://revista.religacion.com/index.php/about/article/view/733