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The Resource Muslims, money, and democracy in Turkey : reluctant capitalists, Özlem Madi-Sisman, (electronic book)

Muslims, money, and democracy in Turkey : reluctant capitalists, Özlem Madi-Sisman, (electronic book)

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Muslims, money, and democracy in Turkey : reluctant capitalists
Title
Muslims, money, and democracy in Turkey
Title remainder
reluctant capitalists
Statement of responsibility
Özlem Madi-Sisman
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book contextualizes the rise of a neo-Islamic Turkish bourgeoisie class with a particular reference to the relationship between Islam and Capitalism, and makes the argument for their ultimate compatibility . Additionally, the claim is made that the formation of this new socio-economic class has been detrimental to Turkey's efforts to consolidate its democracy. In order to analyze these processes, an Islamic-oriented young business group, Economic Entrepreneurship and Business Ethic Association (IGIAD), was taken as a case study. Drawing on fieldwork in examining IGIAD’S mission, vision, and activities, the book argues that such associations were born as a response to increasing tension between capitalism and Islam, with the aim of creating a ‘moral’ economy within global capitalism.--
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MADI-SISMAN, ZLEM
Dewey number
297.19785
Index
no index present
LC call number
BP190.5.C37
LC item number
M33 2017eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Capitalism
  • Capitalism
  • Middle class
  • Democracy
  • Turkey
Label
Muslims, money, and democracy in Turkey : reluctant capitalists, Özlem Madi-Sisman, (electronic book)
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Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Contents; Abbreviations; List of Tables; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Conceptual Framework and Methodology; References; 2 (In)compatibility of Islam and Capitalism: A Historical Perspective; 2.1 Islam and Capitalism: Foe or Friend?; 2.2 Islamist and Neo-Islamist Intellectuals on Islam and Capitalism; References; 3 Emergence of Neo-Islamic Economic Capital in Turkey; 3.1 An Overview of the Turkish Economy in the Twentieth Century; 3.2 Turkish Economy Between the 1950s and 1970s: Sowing the "Islamic Capital"; 3.3 Islamist and Neo-Islamist Intellectuals on Islam and Capitalism
  • 3.4 Turkish Economy in the 1990s: The National Outlook Movement (NOM) and Growth of Islamic Capital3.5 February 28, 1997: Post-Modern Coup and Troubling Times for the "Islamic Capital"; 3.6 Turkish Economy in the 2000s: The JDP and Harvesting of Islamic Capital; 3.6.1 Islamic Financial Institutions; 3.6.2 Islamic Financial Institutions in Turkey; 3.7 Conclusion; References; 4 Emergence of Neo-Islamic Political Capital in Turkey; 4.1 Right Wing and Islamist Politics Until the 1980s; 4.2 A Turning Point: The 1980 Military Intervention and Reorganization Islamic Politics
  • 4.3 Domestic and International Impacts on the Rise of Islamic Politics4.3.1 Turkish-Islam Synthesis; 4.3.2 Proliferation of Islamic Groups and Activities; 4.3.3 NOM Tradition and the Welfare Party (WP); 4.3.4 The "Post-modern" Coup of 1997; 4.4 From the NOM to the JDP: Traditionalists Versus Reformists; 4.5 Turkish Democracy After the Failed Coup of July 15, 2016; 4.6 İGİAD's Perception of Islamic Political Transformation in Turkey; 4.7 Conclusion; References; 5 Emergence of Neo-Islamic Cultural Capital in Turkey; 5.1 Formation of the Islamic Cultural Capital and New Opportunity Spaces
  • 5.2 Institutionalization of Islamic Education5.3 Islamic Print and Media; 5.4 Commodification of Islamic Culture; 5.5 Conclusion; References; 6 From Islamic Radicalism to Islamic Capitalism: The Case of İGİAD; 6.1 Birth of "Homo-Islamicus": MÜSİAD and the Opportunities of Muslim Entrepreneurship; 6.2 From MÜSİAD to İGİAD: The Limits of Muslim Entrepreneurship; 6.3 İGİAD: From Radical Muslims to Entrepreneur Muslims; 6.3.1 İGİAD's History and Membership; 6.3.2 İGİAD's Mission; 6.3.3 İGİAD's Vision; 6.3.4 İGİAD's Organization; 6.3.5 İGİAD's Activities
  • 6.4 Overcoming the Challenges of Capitalism: Moralizing Capitalism6.4.1 Capitalism Redefined; 6.4.2 Consumption and Luxury Redefined: Need Versus Waste; 6.5 İGİAD, the JDP, and Democracy; 6.6 Conclusion; References; 7 Islamic Capitalism and Its Discontents; 7.1 Anti-capitalist Muslims, a.k.a. Socialist Islamists as Dissenters; 7.2 Radical Islamists as Dissenters; 7.3 Orthodox Islamists as Dissenters; 7.4 İGİAD Members as Dissenters; References; 8 Conclusion: "Serveti Değil Sermayeyi Artırmalıyız"; Bibliography; Index
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137601612
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn993588750
Label
Muslims, money, and democracy in Turkey : reluctant capitalists, Özlem Madi-Sisman, (electronic book)
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Contents; Abbreviations; List of Tables; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Conceptual Framework and Methodology; References; 2 (In)compatibility of Islam and Capitalism: A Historical Perspective; 2.1 Islam and Capitalism: Foe or Friend?; 2.2 Islamist and Neo-Islamist Intellectuals on Islam and Capitalism; References; 3 Emergence of Neo-Islamic Economic Capital in Turkey; 3.1 An Overview of the Turkish Economy in the Twentieth Century; 3.2 Turkish Economy Between the 1950s and 1970s: Sowing the "Islamic Capital"; 3.3 Islamist and Neo-Islamist Intellectuals on Islam and Capitalism
  • 3.4 Turkish Economy in the 1990s: The National Outlook Movement (NOM) and Growth of Islamic Capital3.5 February 28, 1997: Post-Modern Coup and Troubling Times for the "Islamic Capital"; 3.6 Turkish Economy in the 2000s: The JDP and Harvesting of Islamic Capital; 3.6.1 Islamic Financial Institutions; 3.6.2 Islamic Financial Institutions in Turkey; 3.7 Conclusion; References; 4 Emergence of Neo-Islamic Political Capital in Turkey; 4.1 Right Wing and Islamist Politics Until the 1980s; 4.2 A Turning Point: The 1980 Military Intervention and Reorganization Islamic Politics
  • 4.3 Domestic and International Impacts on the Rise of Islamic Politics4.3.1 Turkish-Islam Synthesis; 4.3.2 Proliferation of Islamic Groups and Activities; 4.3.3 NOM Tradition and the Welfare Party (WP); 4.3.4 The "Post-modern" Coup of 1997; 4.4 From the NOM to the JDP: Traditionalists Versus Reformists; 4.5 Turkish Democracy After the Failed Coup of July 15, 2016; 4.6 İGİAD's Perception of Islamic Political Transformation in Turkey; 4.7 Conclusion; References; 5 Emergence of Neo-Islamic Cultural Capital in Turkey; 5.1 Formation of the Islamic Cultural Capital and New Opportunity Spaces
  • 5.2 Institutionalization of Islamic Education5.3 Islamic Print and Media; 5.4 Commodification of Islamic Culture; 5.5 Conclusion; References; 6 From Islamic Radicalism to Islamic Capitalism: The Case of İGİAD; 6.1 Birth of "Homo-Islamicus": MÜSİAD and the Opportunities of Muslim Entrepreneurship; 6.2 From MÜSİAD to İGİAD: The Limits of Muslim Entrepreneurship; 6.3 İGİAD: From Radical Muslims to Entrepreneur Muslims; 6.3.1 İGİAD's History and Membership; 6.3.2 İGİAD's Mission; 6.3.3 İGİAD's Vision; 6.3.4 İGİAD's Organization; 6.3.5 İGİAD's Activities
  • 6.4 Overcoming the Challenges of Capitalism: Moralizing Capitalism6.4.1 Capitalism Redefined; 6.4.2 Consumption and Luxury Redefined: Need Versus Waste; 6.5 İGİAD, the JDP, and Democracy; 6.6 Conclusion; References; 7 Islamic Capitalism and Its Discontents; 7.1 Anti-capitalist Muslims, a.k.a. Socialist Islamists as Dissenters; 7.2 Radical Islamists as Dissenters; 7.3 Orthodox Islamists as Dissenters; 7.4 İGİAD Members as Dissenters; References; 8 Conclusion: "Serveti Değil Sermayeyi Artırmalıyız"; Bibliography; Index
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137601612
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn993588750

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