Özlem Avcı - The case of İslamic Youth Movements

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Workshop on Participation of Young People in Civil Society
15-16 November 2013
http://www.sebeke.org.tr/en/?page_id=179

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  • İslamic Movement will win, not the coups
  • Özlem Avcı - The case of İslamic Youth Movements

    1. 1. UNCONSCIOUS MODERNIZATION or PLURALIST RESISTANCE THE CASE OF “ISLAMIC YOUTH MOVEMENTS”
    2. 2. The most important topics • Social movement • Youth • Islamic Youth Movements.
    3. 3. Basic concepts in Islamic Movements; - Islamization - Islamic Identity, Muslim Identity - Islamic youth movements
    4. 4. After 1980’s, Islamization in Turkey; The political bans during the 1990s (until 28 February 1997) allowed and provided greater visibility to Islam both as a style of life and as political formation. Political Islam during this period became a social movement which based its discourse and praxis on tebliğ – notification.
    5. 5. After 1980’s, Islamization in Turkey; With the so-called “postmodern” military intervention of “28 February,” by which political Islamists received a “warning” from the military intervention, political Islam changed its attitude and started emphasizing temsil – representation, instead of notification. A more moderate political discourse was employed from that date onwards. This moderate approach can be seen in every area, from politics to culture, and in everyday life. In sum, “28 February” has been a major turning point for Islamic discourse and lifestyles.
    6. 6. The new actors of Islamic movement: “Activist Muslim Youth”
    7. 7. Changing Perceptions Religiosity • The Pre-university Period • The University Period • Religious Groups (Islamic community and sects) • Opinion Leaders and The Cultural Field • The forms of Veiling and Hijab • Gender • Urban life
    8. 8. Agents or Actors in the Islamic Movements: Opinion Leaders and Young People
    9. 9. New Perceptions of Identity: Plural Identity, Collective Identity
    10. 10. Islamic pluralism: What does it mean?
    11. 11. Both modern and anti-modern: Why?
    12. 12. The movement of Islamic youth versus traditional religiosity: Why?
    13. 13. Islamic Movement will win not the coups !
    14. 14. Who are the Islamic Movements ? – – – – – – – – – – – – Anadolu Gençlik Genç Gönüllüler Genç Özgür-Der Genç Öncüler Hür-Beyan Hareketi Mavera Gençlik Hareketi Milli Türk Talebe Birliği İslami Mukavemet Hareketi İslami Gençlik İnisiyatifi Bağımsız Fikriyatlı Müslüman Gençlik Devrimci İslami Gençlik İnisiyatifi and more

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