Examining the concept of gender role ideology: Women in traditional jewish worship

@article{Legge1998ExaminingTC,
  title={Examining the concept of gender role ideology: Women in traditional jewish worship},
  author={J. S. Legge and Joya Misra},
  journal={Contemporary Jewry},
  year={1998},
  volume={19},
  pages={95-119}
}
Le statut des femmes dans le judaisme est ardemment debattu depuis une vingtaine d'annees. Il existe des differences considerables dans la participation des femmes aux offices religieux. Tandis que, dans le mouvement de Reforme, femmes et hommes participent aux offices de maniere egale, les femmes affrontent des limites plus grandes dans les formes plus traditionnelles du judaisme. Cet article est centre sur une ideologie particuliere du role des sexes, soutient l'idee d'un role grandissant des… Expand
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