Transnational Political Islam : Religion, Ideology and Power (Critical Studies on Islam Series)

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Transnational Political Islam : Religion, Ideology and Power (Critical Studies on Islam Series)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 192 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780745316253
  • DDC分類 320.550917671

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Political Islam, to be distinguished from Islam as a culture or a religion, and from Islamic Fundamentalism, is an increasingly important feature of the western political scene. The ideologies of Political Islam reflect the fact that some of their adherents live and work within a Western socio-political context. Although Political Islam has been widely written about in Muslim countries, very little has been published the West, and this book attempts to redress that imbalance. With a range of outstanding contributors that includes academics and human rights advocates this book tackles the diversity of Islamist thinking and practice in various Western countries and explores their transnational connections in both East and West. The book analyses developments in Islamist thinking and activities, and their connections to the latest global political and economic trends, and discusses future evolutions of the ideology and its manifestations.

Table of Contents

Series Preface                                     viii
Acknowledgements x
Foreword xii
John Esposito
1. Transnational Political Islam and the USA: 1 (27)
An Introduction
Azza Karam
2. Restructuring Political Islam: Transnational 28 (30)
Belonging and Muslims in France and Germany
Val駻ie Amiraux
3. Political Islam in Sweden: Integration and 58 (21)
Deterrence
Jan Hj舐pe
4. Islam: An Altern Political Islam: 28 (30)
Transnational Belonging and Muslims in France
and Germany
Val駻ie Amiraux
3. Political Islam in Sweden: Integration and 58 (21)
Deterrence
Jan Hj舐pe
4. Islam: An Alternative Globalism and 79 (25)
Reflections on the Netherlands
Jan Nederveen Pieterse
5. Cognac, Cigarettes and Terrorist Cells in 104 (16)
Albania
Frederick C. Abrahams
6. Exploring Theoretical andative Globalism and 79 (25)
Reflections on the Netherlands
Jan Nederveen Pieterse
5. Cognac, Cigarettes and Terrorist Cells in 104 (43)
Albania
Frederick C. Abrahams
6. Exploring Theoretical and Programmatic 120 (27)
Changes in Contemporary Islamist Discourse: The
Journal Al-Manar al Jadid
Amr Hamzawy
About the Contributors 147 (2)
Index 149

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Preface by Lawrence C. Dodd i

Acknowledgements vii

Introduction 1 (20)

Incremental Decision-Making 5 (2)

Kingdon' s "Multiple Streams" 7 (2)

Punctuated Equilibrium Theory 9 (4)

Social Learning as a Theoretical Alternative 13 (2)

Design of the Study 15 (6)

Social Learning and Policymaking 21 (22)

Microdynamics I: Lesson-Drawing, Problem 24

Definition, and Policy Formulation

Microdynamics II: Policy Adoption and 21 (11)

Implementation

The Development and Institutionalization of 32

Policy Epistemologies

Epistemology Disjunction and Change 31 (9)

Telecommunications and Social Learning 40 (2)

Conclusion 42 (1)

The Early Development of Telecommunications 43 (38)

Policy

Progressivism and the Regulation of Corporate 45 (6)

Capitalism

The Emergence of the Telecommunications 51 (6)

Epistemology: 1900-1934

The FCC and The Telecommunications 57 (5)

Epistemology, 1934-1970

The Microwave Controversy 62 (7)

The FCC's First Computer Inquiry 69 (5)

Telephone-Cable TV Cross-Ownership 74 (4)

Conclusion 78 (3)

Policy Disjunction and Epistemology Confusion 81 (36)

Changing Ideas: The Move Toward Deregulation 84 (5)

Congressional Attempts at Policy Change, 89 (6)

1976-1984

The Execunet Case: The FCC Resists Competition 95 (5)

The Second Computer Inquiry: The FCC Accepts 100(8)

Competition

US v. AT&T and the Consent Decree 108(7)

Conclusion 115(2)

Competition and Technological Integration at 117(30)

the FCC, 1984-1992

Efficiency and Equity Revisited: The FCC's 119(6)

Access Charge Decision

The Third Computer Inquiry 125(5)

Price Caps Regulation 130(7)

Telephone-Cable Competition: The FCC's 137(6)

Conclusion 143(4)

Congress and Telecommunications Policy Change, 147(36)

1986-1996

Committees, Leadership, and Telecommunications 150(7)

Policy

The RBOCs, Global Competitiveness, and the 157(5)

Consent Decree Restrictions

The Burns Bill and the Telecommunications 162(8)

Infrastructure Debate

Legislative Proposals: The 103rd Congress 170(7)

Passing the Telecommunications Act: The 104th 177(4)

Congress

Conclusion 181(2)

What Have We Learned? 183(12)

Is Telecommunications Policy Characterized by 183(1)

Lesson-Drawing?

Lesson-Drawing at the FCC 184(2)

Lesson-Drawing in Congress 186(3)

Did a "Policy Epistemology" Guide 189(1)

Telecommunications Policymaking?

Is a Policy Epistemology Reconstruction 190(3)

Underway?

Implications for Future Research 193(2)

Appendix A: List of Coded Hearing Abstracts 195(4)

Appendix B: Coding Frame for Hearing Abstracts 199(3)

References 202(11)

Index 213