Muslims, Money, and Democracy in Turkey - Madi-Sisman, Özlem
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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,…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
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.

  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer Palgrave Macmillan; Palgrave Macmillan Us
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 978-1-137-60161-2
  • 1st ed. 2017
  • Erscheinungstermin: 11. August 2017
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 216mm x 153mm x 16mm
  • Gewicht: 396g
  • ISBN-13: 9781137601612
  • ISBN-10: 1137601612
  • Artikelnr.: 48048163
Autorenporträt
Dr. Madi-Sisman is an Adjunct Faculty member of the University of Houston-Clear Lake, US. She previously served as an Adjunct Prof. of International Relations at Bahcesehir University, Turkey. Her research and publications are informed by her deep interest in Islam, Capitalism, Islamic Bourgeois, gender and Turkish and Middle Eastern politics.
Inhaltsangabe
TABLE OF CONTENTS
List of Tables and Illustrations List of Abbreviations ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
CHAPTER I    INTRODUCTION 
1.1. Conceptual Framework and Methodology
CHAPTER II(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 Capitalism and Islam
CHAPTER III EMERGENCE OF NEO-ISLAMIC ECONOMIC CAPITAL IN TURKEY
3.1. An Overview of the Turkish Economy in the Twentieth Century3.2. Turkish Economy between the 1950s and the 1970s: Sowing the "Islamic Capital"3.3. Turkish Economy in the 1980s: The Özal Years and Sprouting of the "Islamic Capital"3.4. Turkish Economy in the 1990s: The National Outlook Movement (NOM) and Growth of the "Islamic Capital"3.5. 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 the "Islamic Capital"3.7 Conclusion
CHAPTER IVEMERGENCE OF NEO-ISLAMIC POLITICAL CAPITAL IN TURKEY
4.1. Right Wing and Islamist Politics until the 1980s4.2. A Turning Point: The 1980 Military Intervention and Reorganization Islamic Politics4.3. Domestic and International Impacts on the Rise of Islamic Politics4.4. From the NOM to the JDP: Traditionalists vs. Reformists4.5. Turkish Democracy after the Failed Coup of July 15, 20164.6. IGIAD'S Perception of Islamic Political Transformation in Turkey4.7 Conclusion
CHAPTER VEMERGENCE OF NEO-ISLAMIC CULTURAL CAPITAL IN TURKEY
5.1. Formation of the Islamic Cultural Capital and New Opportunity Spaces5.2. Institutionalization of Islamic Education5.3. Islamic Print and Media5.4. Commodification of Islamic Culture5.5 Conclusion
CHAPTER VIFROM ISLAMIC RADICALISM TO ISLAMIC CAPITALISM: THE CASE OF IGIAD
6.1. Birth of "Homo-Islamicus": MÜSIAD and Opportunities of Muslim Entrepreneurship6.2. From MÜSIAD to IGIAD: The imits of Muslim Entrepreneurship6.3. IGIAD: From Radical Muslims to Entrepreneur Muslims6.4. Overcoming the Challenges of Capitalism: Moralizing Capitalism6.5. IGIAD, the JDP and Democracy6.6 Conclusion
CHAPTER VIIISLAMIC CAPITALISM AND ITS DISCONTENTS7.1. Anti-Capitalist Muslims, a.k.a. Socialist Islamists as Dissenters7.2. Radical Islamists as Dissenters7.3. Orthodox Islamists as Dissenters7.4. IGIAD Members as Dissents as Dissenters
CHAPTER VIII    CONCLUSION
BIBLIOGRAPHY

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Rezensionen
"This book is a valuable analysis of the Islamist bourgeoisie in Turkey with particular focus on a young business group that split from the larger MUSIAD. ... Summing Up: Recommended. Graduate students through faculty." (B. A. Yesilada, Choice, Vol. 55 (10), June, 2018)