Claiming Autonomy through Agency in a Patriarchal Structure
The Muslim marriage in Ghana is a hierarchical relationship which entails an authority and a subordinate. Husbands are the authorities while wives are the subordinates. The former has more power while the latter acts on the dictates of the former. Such is the structure of Muslim marriages at least a...
|Main Author:||Issaka-Toure, Fulera|
|Place of publication:||
The Netherlands Brill 01.08.2016
|published in:||Hawwa (Leiden) Vol. 14; no. 1; pp. 78 - 93|
|Data of publication:||20160800|
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