TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «CHADOR»
The term «chador» is regularly used and occupies the 70.125
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CHADOR»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to chador
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Flight from Chador
: A Novel
Egyptian-born pilot, Anouk Turabe, a beautiful but aloof woman guarding her secret life, makes her living flying tourists around Ethiopia.
My Mother’s Black Chador
Mania Akbari Bronwen Robertson, James Marchant. Over the loudspeaker the
police announce, “We must stop the train at the next station. A woman in cabin
number 10 has hanged herself.” The train stops. The ambulance arrives. The
Mania Akbari, Bronwen Robertson, James Marchant, 2013
Persian Mirrors: The Elusive Face of Iran
tomized a black and white print chador with a piece of elastic to secure it on my
head and a zipper to keep it closed. That gave me the ability to take notes. Then I
discovered a novel use for the chador: bathrobe. In my hotel, the only bathroom ...
Women in Iran: Emerging voices in the women's movement
code, some Muslim women activists also try to make the chador appealing by
presenting it as a national dress. In other words, they propose the chador that
covers from head to toe, to be worn over the headscarf and manteau. Nahid Shid
Anti-Veiling Campaigns in the Muslim World: Gender, ...
Party members and women activists began holding meetings to discuss whether
to ban the chador, and the Women's Division journal Kommunistka devoted
pages in issue after issue to presenting stenographic records of some of these ...
A Companion to Gender History
women of all classes to wear the chador – a veil that covers the head and body
completely – hundreds of thousands of Iranian women took the opportunity of
International Women's Day, March 8, 1979, to protest. Other protest marches
Teresa A. Meade, Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks, 2008
Human Rights in Iran: The Abuse of Cultural Relativism
71 Some Islamic women tried to make the wearing of scarves and loose overall
dress— instead of the all-enveloping chador— acceptable. They wished to
impress on their more strict Islamist sisters that wearing color in clothing had no
ISLAMIC EDUCATION IN SU & SUCC
On 11 November 1928, the TsK secretary's office reviewed the problem of “
hooliganism in the context of the removal of the chador.” During the meeting it
became clear that “the current campaign against the chador was connected to
Michael Kemper, Raoul Motika, Stefan Reichmuth, 2009
Psychoanalysis, Monotheism and Morality: Symposia of the ...
Although one can undertake an analysis of the chador or veil as it is presented in
literature, in this paper we are interested in the chador as an object of desire, a
psychic envelope, a container, a transitional object, or a second skin ego.
Wolfgang Müller-Funk, Inge Scholz-Strasser, Herman Westerink, 2013
Among the Iranians: A Guide to Iran's Culture and Customs
some women who did not belong to particularly religious families adopted the
chador in a show of allegiance with the ideals of the Islamic Revolution, hence
the revolutionary image often associated with the chador. However, most Iranian
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CHADOR»
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is used in the context of the following news items.
'It's not like Argo': the trials of a tour guide in Iran
At one of the mosques we visited, Tina the former social worker lost her battle with a billowing, floral-patterned chador she had been required to ... «The Guardian, Jul 15»
Tehran is making up for lost time
Then there is the roupush (manteaux or cape) all women wear if not in a full chador. Here the sartorial requirement meant to promote modesty ... «WDSU New Orleans, Jul 15»
... of a gun peering above a pair of open palms, and another of a mother – wrapped completely in a black chador – holding the hand of a child. «Iranian, Jul 15»
Burkas a boon to British bandits: DiManno
... where suicide bombs have been hidden under those billowing layers of fabric, which are even more all-cloaking than the abaya or chador. «Toronto Star, Jul 15»
Are We Negotiating With Iran or Persia?
In 1936 he banned women from wearing the full-length chador as part of tentative steps toward the emancipation of women, although the ban ... «Daily Beast, Jul 15»
'The Jesus,' 'The Godfather' and 200 movies
The fantastical, visually stunning drama is about a female Iranian chador-wearing vampire. The movie, which is in Farsi but was filmed in ... «Jerusalem Post Israel News, Jul 15»
Drug free campaign 2015 launched
For Chador Pem, 23, it was her angel in disguise friend, who showed her the path towards recovery. After eight years of using drugs, she got ... «Kuensel, Buhutan's National Newspaper, Jun 15»
Eleven new Canadians, eleven years later: How one Afghan family …
In 2004: “I want to be free and take off my chador and go jogging. I want to go to school and meet famous people.” Now: “In Canada, you are ... «The Globe and Mail, Jun 15»
Community editorial board: Pass the non-discrimination ordinance
Should a woman be disrespected because she's not wearing a chador? Should a man wearing a shirt depicting Buddha be threatened with ... «Laramie Boomerang, Jun 15»
SOME of the agitating special persons in front of the Karachi Press …
Yet they are there, in their wheelchairs or perched on a soiled chador, expectantly looking at journalists coming in and out of the club. «DAWN.com, Jun 15»