ŽENSKE IN ISLAM V URBANEM BURKINA FASU. DEFINICIJE IN INTERPRETACIJE POBOŽNOSTI
WOMEN AND ISLAM IN URBAN BURKINA FASO. DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS OF PIETY

Liza Debevec

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/Traditio2006350111

Abstract

Članek predstavi in analizira koncepte in interpretacije pobožnosti pri muslimankah v urbanem Burkina Fasu ter jih primerja z razumevanjem enakih konceptov v drugih delih zahodne Afrike. Skoz osebne zgodbe informatork ugotavlja neskladje med diskurzom in prakso in skuša ugotoviti, zakaj posameznice, ki največkrat delujejo v enakih razumevanjskih okvirih, v praksi stvari ne vidijo, in ne počnejo, na enak način.

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This article introduces and analyses concepts and interpretations of piety among Muslim women in urban Burkina Faso and compares them with the understanding of these same concepts in other parts of West Africa. Through personal histories of chosen informants it observes the gap between the discourse and the practice and attempts to understand why these individuals, who most often operate within the same conceptual frames, in practice often do not see or do the things in the same way.

Keywords

islam; ženske; pobožnost; tradicija in sodobnost; Burkina Faso // Islam; women; piety; tradition and modernity; Burkina Faso

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