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Title: Dislocating cultures: Tradictional practices, identity and somali refugee woman in Canada
Authors: Hamdi S.Mohamed
Book Authors: M.S. Lilius (ed.)
Keywords: diaspora
Somali women
identity
female genital mutilations
qurbajoog
haweenka Soomaaliyeed
hayb
gudniinka fircooniga ah
diaspora
donne somale
identità
mutilazioni genitali femminili
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: Centre for Continuing Education, Åbo Akademi University
Type: bookPart
Journal: Proceedings of EASS/SSIA International Congress of Somali Studies. Variations on the theme of Somaliness.
Call Number: Originale conservato presso il Centro studi Somali : http://host.uniroma3.it/centri/CentroStudiSomali/index.php
Pages: 294-308
Abstract: The author illustrates the identity distortion suffered by Somali refugee women in Canada, deepening the FGM issue and how it affect their self-perception and the perception in the community of arrival.
Qoraalku wuxuu ka hadlayaa dhalnrogga lagu sameeyey haybta qurbajoogta haweenka Soomaaliyeed ee Kanada, isagoo si qotodheer uga faalloonaya arrinta gudniinka fircooniga ah iyo sida uu u saameeyey haweenkaas iyo dadka dad soo dhoweeyey.
L'autrice illustra la distorsione identitaria subita dalle donne somale rifugiate in Canada, approfondendo la questione delle mutilazioni genitali femminili (MGF), del modo in cui influenzano la loro percezione di sé e la percezione in seno alla comunità di accoglienza.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2307/4893
Language: en
Appears in Collections:Capitoli di Libri - Cutubyo Buugaag - Chapters in Volume

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