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Language Revitalisation Models in Minority Language Contexts

Tensions between Ideologies of Authenticity and Anonymity

Bernadette O'Rourke

This article looks at the historicisation of the native speaker and ideologies of authenticity and anonymity in Europe's language revitalisation movements. It focuses specifically on the case of Irish in the Republic of Ireland and examines how the native speaker ideology and the opposing ideological constructs of authenticity and anonymity filter down to the belief systems and are discursively produced by social actors on the ground. For this I draw on data from ongoing fieldwork in the Republic of Ireland, drawing on interviews with a group of Irish language enthusiasts located outside the officially designated Irish-speaking Gaeltacht.

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Women and Sexuality in Contemporary Iran

When HIV Meets Government Morality

Kristin Soraya Batmanghelichi

In Iran, as in many countries worldwide, misinformation and ignorance of HIV/AIDS have encouraged a culture of secrecy and anonymity for those living with HIV. For many HIV-positive women, religious, political and economic pressures complicate their social status and access to health care. Moreover, they must contend with societal discrimination and stigmas associated with the condition. Adding nuance to contemporary studies on gender and sexuality in Iran, this report highlights the colourful narratives of a select group of HIV-positive mothers attending weekly wellness workshops in Tehran. Discussing issues of intimacy, modesty, motherhood and stigmatisation, this article explores one of Iran's expanding communities at risk of infection and the ways in which women with HIV negotiate the stigma of their condition in an Islamic Republic.

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Rebranding Desolation

The Allure of Israel’s Desert Landscapes

Amelia Rosenberg Weinreb

anonymity. 20 Mitzpe Ramon currently advertises six hotels and often lists over 80 individual vacation rentals. REFERENCES Abdo , Nahla , and Nira Yuval-Davis . 1995 . “Palestine, Israel, and the Zionist Settler Project.” In Unsettling Settler

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Sociology in the Garden

Beyond the Liberal Grammar of Contemporary Sociology

Nissim Mizrachi

://jewschool.com/2015/03/36491/israel-votes-2015-an-interactive-map-of-election-results/#prettyPhoto/0/ . 8 The names of all the activists have been fictionalized to ensure anonymity. 9 Dani Filc (2010: 15) suggests an alternative structural explanation, one that

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Sanaz Nasirpour

: 53 – 57 . Mojab , S. ( 2001 ), ‘ The Politics of “Cyberfeminism” in the Middle East: The Case of Kurdish Women ’, Race, Gender & Class 8 , no. 4 : 42 – 61 . Motahari , S. , Ziavras , S. G. and Jones , Q. ( 2010 ), ‘ Online Anonymity

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“Hot Guys” in Tel Aviv

Pride Tourism in Israel

Amit Kama and Yael Ram

://www.acme-journal.org/index.php/acme/article/view/1160 . Philo , Greg , and Mike Berry . 2011 . More Bad News from Israel . London : Pluto Press . Poria , Yaniv . 2006 . “ Tourism and Spaces of Anonymity: An Israeli Lesbian Woman's Travel Experience .” Tourism 54 ( 1 ): 33 – 42 . Pride

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Valentina Mitkova

, Bulgarian women authors’ efforts of that early period were primarily aimed at escaping anonymity and acquiring the right to public visibility. Genre and Gender Hierarchies in the Bulgarian Literary Context in the Interwar Period The focus of women writers

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Sandra Häbel

to ensure anonymity). Second, communication between normative networks (diplomacy network and politics network) and non-normative networks (development and trade networks) is limited. The interviews show a clear tendency toward a distinction between

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Assisted “voluntary” return of women to Kosovo

Rhetoric and reality within the framework of development

Sandra Sacchetti

Switzerland ( ECDPM & ICMPD, 2013, pp. 43–44 ). 12 The names used are pseudonyms I invented to preserve the respondents’ anonymity. 13 Although there is no systematic gender disaggregated data on the overall number of AVR returns to Kosovo, IOM’s own