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Beyond Hybridity and FundamentalismEmerging Muslim Identity in Globalized India$
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Tabassum Ruhi Khan

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780199453610

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: June 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199453610.001.0001

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MTV and Peace TV

MTV and Peace TV

Global Cool and Apna Mahol in Jamia Enclave

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(p.54) 1 MTV and Peace TV
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Beyond Hybridity and Fundamentalism
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Tabassum Ruhi Khan

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199453610.003.0002

This chapter explores how far reaching changes in media and communication technologies are overriding the exclusive Muslim enclave’s isolation by bringing the world that was once out there into the most intimate spaces of their living rooms and bedrooms. It analyses how equanimity of a religious identity is affected by internalization of materialist discourse (creating a marked difference in the ideological attachments to Islamic culture and community between two generations of Muslims) and argues that the Muslim youth’s assimilative tendencies are not to be conceived as romanticized intransigence of the progressive hybrid; and nor are the play with Islamic symbols and the increasing visibility of the veil, the hijab, and the beard to be conceived as rising fundamentalism or Arabization of Islam. It proposes that both of these tendencies embody a struggle and a negotiation with rising aspirations creating by globalizing forces within economic and social context facing a minority and marginalized community.

Keywords:   communication technologies, media, generational gap, community, modernity, Islamization

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