Political Islam Observed

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C. Hurst, 2010 - Islam and politics - 226 pages
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This book offers a framework for understanding the interaction between the academic disciplines observing contemporary political Islam and the individuals and communities being observed practising it. It investigates how different disciplinary approaches in the social sciences explain and understand their Islamic subject matter, revealing how political Islam is a phenomenon that each academic discipline analyses using its own dominant paradigms, whilst attempting to combine specialist knowledge to create a more comprehensive representation of Islamism.

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