I found the piece very objective as it attempted to introduce the place of gender in Islamic history, rather than providing a view of Islamic history that attempts to serve political and ideological interests, like so many articles written by liberal Islamic women have.
Actually, I concur with their notion, which discredits Tim, thereby considering him to be mistaken. On the other hand, I seek to express my credits for the ideas, which are gathered from other authors such as Frankenberg, who argues that White women in America are “cultureless.” Nevertheless, this essay brought the understanding that the perception of cultureless is sophisticated, and it is associated with conventionally specific approach of dominance against subordinate cultural group, leading to marking of the latter.
Due to their fair skin color, the Whites have long since regarded themselves better and their Black counterparts as dirty and having hearts as dark as their skins. Nevertheless, history shows a different story and this is even compounded by the narrations of people who had first-hand experiences.
We are then led to consider if the situation has worsened since the past because the idea of the American family has changed. Things like changes in the structure of the family, the change in the development of economic conditions and the eradication of a family
In a discussion, “our own ideas becomes more cogent and powerful when we respond to others” (Graff and Birkenstein, 141). Similarly, in reading, it is much easier to understand what the content of the reading is, if the reader does not
to not suppress American Colonies’ constitutional Rights and Liberties as of subjects of the Empire while acting in the best interests of the Empire. If looking from a recent historical point of view, concerns of American colonial opposition seem to be fair.
that women selectively avoid interactions with male kin during peak fertility by observing avoidance behavior during peak fertility (Lieberman, Pillsworth, & Haselton, 2011). The research also sought to explore the interactive effect of fertility status and kin types using an