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The Roots of Social Pathology
Origins and History of the Purdah Society
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Abbasid Abul Ala Maududi Amin Ahsan Islahi anomie anti-achieving attitudes become behaviour biological boys burqa Caliphate caste child civilisation and culture clan concubinage concubines corruption decadence degeneration differences dominance dynamic economic elite classes fact family group father fear female Fredrik Barth greater habits harim Hindu hujra human husband Ibn Khaldun ideology individual indolent inferiority institutions intellectual interests izzat Karachi kin groups kinship groups kinship society Lahore live male mardana marriage Maulana Maududi Medieval Islam medieval Muslim microsocial microsocialising mind and character modern monogamy moral Muslim society nature non-achieving organisation outdoor Pakistan personality Peshawar political prestige produce Punjab Purdah and polygamy Purdah family Purdah girls Purdah ideologists Purdah mother Purdah society Purdah system Quran reason relations relatives role Sisyphean Sisyphean cycle social traditional tribes Ulema Umayyad Urdu villages West Pakistan wife wives woman women writes young zenana