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Passive Revolution: Absorbing the Islamic Challenge to Capitalism

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Over the last decade, pious Muslims all over the world have gone through contradictory transformations. Though public attention commonly rests on the turn toward violence, this book's stories of transformation to "moderate Islam" in a previously radical district in Istanbul exemplify another experience.

In a shift away from distrust of the state to partial secularization, I
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Paperback, 320 pages
Published April 10th 2009 by Stanford University Press
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Jul 09, 2013 Kim Shively rated it really liked it
A good, careful sociological analysis of the process by which Islamist radicals moderated and became absorbed into the neoliberal "doctrine" of the AKP in Turkey. I do appreciate the author's fastidious use of evidence to make his argument.
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Pasif Devrim, Cihan Tuğal'ın (UCLA- University of Celifornia - Berkeley Assoc. Prof.)İstanbul Sultanbeyli'de gerçekleştirdiği bir etnografik çalışmanın 2008 yılında son haline getirilmiş hali.

Esas itibarıyla, Sultanbeyli ilçesinde yaşananlardan yola çıkarak radikal islamcı hareketin modern (12 Eylül), postmodern (28 Şubat) darbeleri sonrasındaki değişimi, AKP tarafından massedilme sürecini ele alıyor. Yoksul, proleter, alt-proleter kesimlerin neden ısrarla AKP'ye oy verdiğini bir türlü anla(ya)m
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