Law and Social Change in Tunisia: The Case of Unregistered Marriage
In the aftermath of the ‘Arab Spring’, Tunisian media reported a practice of so-called ‘urfi, or unregistered, marriages among university students. For Tunisian women’s rights activists, the phenomenon was the result of Salafi influence that had been able to enter Tunisian legal practice after the f...
|Main Author:||Voorhoeve, M|
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|published in:||The Oxford journal of law and religion Vol. 7; no. 3; pp. 479 - 497|
|Data of publication:||2018-10|
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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