The second volume in The Fundamentalism Project looks at the influence on branches of society (such as science, education and women's rights) by various fundamentalist movements. Whilst they often espouse separatist ideologies they need and choose to enter into a dialogue with the modern and secular societies around them and this volume charts the influence that this process has on both parties. The volume also looks at the role of women within these movements, finding that often women support and reinforce patriarchal modes of organisation, whilst emphasising the sacralized spheres of female authority (such as the family and the home).
Fundamentalisms and society : reclaiming the sciences, the family, and education
30 September 2010
Faith Schools We Can Believe In: Ensuring that tolerant and democratic values are upheld in every part of Britain's education system
Securitising education: an exploration of teachers’ attitudes and experiences regarding the implementation of the Prevent duty in sixth form colleges
Across the Universe? A Comparative Analysis of Violent Behavior and Radicalization Across Three Offender Types with Implications for Criminal Justice Training and Education
Religious Extremism, Religiosity and Sympathy toward the Taliban among Students across Madrassas and Worldly Education Schools in Pakistan