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Title: Women's voice in a men's world: The power of song in the recent history of Northern Somali society
Authors: Kapteijns, Lidwien
Mariam Omar Ali
Discipline: Center for Somali Studies List of Subjects::Anthropology
Xoghayaha Xarunta Cilmibaarista Soomaaliyeed::Antaraboolooji
Soggettario Centro Studi Somalo::ANTROPOLOGIA
Keywords: gender relation
male-dominated society
songs and poems
subordinate discourse
xiriirka jenderka
ragga- awoodda bulshadeed
hees iyo maanso
relazioni di genere
dominio maschile
canzoni e poesie
discorso subordinato
Issue Date: 11-May-2017
Date of creation: 1993
Type: other
Call Number: Originale conservato presso il Centro studi Somali :
Pages: 16
Abstract: Objective of this paper is to study women's songs as sources for a diagnostic of power relations in the northern Somali society of the recent past and to examine the nature of women's social commentary upon a male-dominated world.
Ulajeeddada maqaalkani waxay tahay si loo darso heesaha haweenka, kuwaasoo muujinaya xiriirka awoodeed ee ka dhex muuqda bulshada Soomaalida woqooyi, wuxuu baaraya dabeecadda bulshadeed ee haweenka ku dhex nool meel raggu uu xukumo.
Obiettivo del presente lavoro è studiare le canzoni femminili come fonti per una diagnostica delle relazioni di potere nella società somala settentrionale del recente passato ed esaminare la natura dei commenti sociali delle donne su un mondo dominato dagli uomini.
Description: Paper presented to the 1st Conference of the European Association of Somali Studies, London, SOAS.
Waa maqaal lagu soo bandhigay Shirweynihii Koowaad ee Daraasaadka Soomaaliyeed ee Ururka Yurubeed.
Articolo presentato alla Prima Conferenza dell'Associazione Europea di Studi Somali, Londra, SOAS.
Location: London
Language: en
Appears in Collections:Documenti Inediti - Qoraallo aan la daabacin - Unpublished Documents

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