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Gina Crivello

In this article I review concepts related to honour and shame and explore how these are understood within the context of the contemporary Moroccan Rif, a Berber-speaking region that is characterised by outsiders as closed and 'conservative', despite its long-established history of out-migration and transnational ties to Europe. The article argues that despite many changes to the political, economic and social landscapes of the Rif, understandings of honour and shame continue to shape gender hierarchies among Riffian Moroccans. As part of a broader system in which individuals negotiate status and respectability, honour and shame mediate relationships between individuals, families and 'honour groups' or moral communities in which they participate.

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Katrin Röder and Christoph Singer

normative notions of honour and shame. 26 In Greenblatt's 2010 reading, by contrast, Utopia' s response to Lucretius's De rerum natura becomes the central influence that shapes More's entire text. 27 More's book, however, also shows the dark side of

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Cultural Expectations of Pregnant Women in Qatar

Susie Kilshaw, Daniel Miller, Halima Al Tamimi, Faten El-Taher, Mona Mohsen, Nadia Omar, Stella Major, and Kristina Sole

Clinical Practice 84 : 99 – 106 . Bordieu , P. ( 1966 ), ‘ The Sentiment of Honour in Kabyle Society ’, in Honour and Shame: The Values of Mediterranean Society , (ed.) J. G. Peristiany ( Chicago : University of Chicago Press ), 193 – 241

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The Better Part of Stolen Valour

Counterfeits, Comedy and the Supreme Court

David Currell

first half of his stimulating essay, ‘Honour and Shame: Modern Controversies and Ancient Values’, Critical Quarterly 53, no. 1 (2011): 23–41. Far from being relevant only in relation to the pre-developed Mediterranean contexts central to an earlier