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Volume 30 November November , Issue 1 Capital, gender and skill. Fundamentalism is a militant movement that accepts and even embraces the technological innovations of the West, but shuns many social and cultural aspects of modern society, particularly in the realm of the family.
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Fundamentalists fight for a world view based on an ideal and imagined past, and yet this past is a carefully constructed one which often rests on unacknowledged forms of theological innovation. Fundamentalists believe they are carrying out the will of God, and are often intolerant of dissent both within and without the community of believers. A few examples should suffice to establish this point. Janet Afary The War against Feminism in the Name of the Almighty: Making Sense of Gender and Muslim Fundamentalism I n recent years, some postmodern feminists have warned us about the perils of generalizations in feminist theory that transcend the boundaries of culture and region, while feminist critics of postmodernism have argued conversely that abandoning cross-cultural and comparative theoretical perspectives may lead to relativism and eventual political paralysis.
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