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Përdorimi instrumental i kufijve midis kategorive fetare dhe metaforave gjinore në Ballkan / Instrumental borders of gender and religious conversions in the Balkans

Doja, A.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2008
  • Country: United Kingdom
Në këtë artikull shqyrtoj mënyrat e identifikimit dhe përkatësisë fetare në Ballkan si instrumente politike që aplikohen për të konsoliduar strukturat hierarkike midis grupeve shoqërore dhe individëve, të cilët shumë shpesh përdorin metafora gjinore që përshkruajnë kategori të ndryshme njerëzish ose si të feminizuar ose si vërtet burrërorë si dhe të përdorimit të grave si njësi shkëmbimi.
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