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" In some places I have seen women who put a piece of cloth or a towel or something like it over their heads to hide their faces, and who turn their backs or huddle themselves on the ground when a man passes by. What is the meaning and sense of this behaviour? "
Islam in World Cultures: Comparative Perspectives - 第 51 頁
由 編輯 - 2004 - 387 頁
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Colonial Fantasies: Towards a Feminist Reading of Orientalism

Meyda Yegenoglu - 1998 - 182 頁
...of the existing codes of dressing was an indispensable element in Kemal's attempt for modernization: In some places I have seen women who put a piece of cloth or a towel or something like it over their faces, and who turn their backs or huddle themselves on the ground when a man passes by. What is the...
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Emigré Feminism: Transnational Perspectives

Alena Heitlinger - 1999 - 333 頁
...gender relations it symbolized. Addressing a group of 'gentlemen' in 1925, Ataturk (1959:217) said: 'In some places I have seen women who put a piece...huddle themselves on the ground when a man passes by. Gentlemen, can the mothers and daughters of a civilized nation adopt this strange manner, this barbarous...
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Turkey in the Middle East: Oil, Islam, and Politics

Alon Liel, Liel - 2001 - 253 頁
...progress and civilization." 44 On another occasion he expressed a similarly strong view on the veil: In some places I have seen women who put a piece of...backs or huddle themselves on the ground when a man passed by. What are the meaning and the sense of this behavior? Gentlemen, can the mothers and daughters...
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The Handbook of the Middle East

Michael Kort - 2002 - 303 頁
...difficult to imagine Kavakci adhering to that vow in light of what Ataturk said about head scarfs in 1925: In some places I have seen women who put a piece of...cloth or a towel or something like it over their heads and hide their faces. Can the mothers and daughters of a civilized nation adopt this strange manner,...
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Modernity, Islam, And Secularism In Turkey: Bodies, Places, And Time

Alev Çinar - 2005 - 199 頁
...women by the Ottoman state. Atatiirk himself condemned the practice of veiling in the following words: In some places I have seen women who put a piece of cloth or a towel or something like it over their faces . . . when a man passes by. What is the meaning and sense of this behavior? Gentlemen, can the...
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Postcolonialisms: An Anthology of Cultural Theory and Criticism

Gaurav Gajanan Desai, Gaurav Desai, Supriya Nair - 2005 - 656 頁
...men, allowing them to appear "uncivilized" and objects of "ridicule." In one speech Ataturk declared: "In some places I have seen women who put a piece of cloth or a towel or something like that over their heads to hide their faces, and who turn their backs or huddle themselves on the ground...
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