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Author Ismayilov, Murad, author
Title The dialectics of post-Soviet modernity and the changing contours of Islamic discourse in Azerbaijan : toward a resacralization of public space / Murad Ismayilov
Imprint Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 2018
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 人文社會聯圖  BP63.A94 I86 2018    AVAILABLE    30650020079683
Descript xiv, 179 pages ; 24 cm
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Series Contemporary Central Asia: societies, politics, and cultures
Contemporary Central Asia (Lanham, Md.)
Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 151-171) and index
Hybrid intentionality and exogenous sources of the elite's manifold attitudes to Islam in Azerbaijan : geography, Soviet legacy, and the quest for Western recognition -- The complicity of the domestic populace, secular opposition, civil society, and the international community in reproducing the religious secular divide and the representation of Islam as a threat -- The contextual dialectics of elite attitudes to Islam in Azerbaijan -- The dynamics of change : the bridging of the religious-secular divide and the normalization of Islamic discourse across Azerbaijan's social-political landscape -- The Normalization of Islamic discourse and the future of Islam in Azerbaijan : quo vadis? -- A shared landscape of Islamism across the secularized Middle East
"This study examines the relationship between the Azerbaijani state and its society in the post-Soviet period. The author analyzes the growing cooperation between secular and religious sectors, the normalization of Islamic discourse, and elite attitudes toward Islam"-- Provided by publisher
Link Online version: Ismayilov, Murad, author. Dialectics of post-Soviet modernity and the changing contours of Islamic discourse in Azerbaijan ; Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 2018 9781498568371 (DLC) 2017056994
Subject Islam and state -- Azerbaijan
Islam -- Azerbaijan
Elite (Social sciences) -- Azerbaijan -- Attitudes
Islam -- Azerbaijan -- Public opinion
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