Intimate Selving: Gender, Self and Identity in Arab Families

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Native feminist scholars focus on intimate Arab familiar relationships and discuss gendering of the self in the Arab community. In biographical and autobiographical, ethnographical, and literary accounts, they identify key family relationships and explore them in terms of shaping and defining gender in relation to others.

Intimate Selving: Gender, Self and Identity in Arab Families 1999, Syracuse University Press

ISBN-13: 9780815628170

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