Gender and Identity Construction: Women of Central Asia, the Caucasus, and Turkey

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INDEX
abortion 31
Adas 144
adultery 193
Afandiyov 257
Afghanistan 211, 213
Afshar 24
age 48–9, 57–9, 71, 81–5, 88–9, 96, 105, 109, 113, 216
agriculture 26, 30, 38, 44–5, 51, 212, 256, 321, 336–7
Alcoff 329
Alekperov 183
Aliryev 178, 189, 265, 266, 270–1
Alkan 175
Alstadt 78, 179, 268
altruism 12
ambiguity 15–6, 123–4, 162
Ames 13
Amman 312
Anderson 120, 148, 162, 165, 170, 230
Ankara XIV, 79–98, 125
Anker 4
ANSEAN 9
Anthias 162, 250
Argentina 10
Armenia 27–31, 33 179, 184, 250, 254, 262, 274
Arrighi 9
Ashkabad XIV, 79, 80, 82–98, 125, 127–8, 135
Atalay 79, 102
Ataturk 339
Atkin 210, 315
Attwood 205
authority 120, 163, 166–7
autonomy 14–5, 87, 169, 224, 232, 332
Azerbaijan Statistical Institute 80
Azerbaijan XIV, 15, 27 30, 33, 77–8, 81, 97, 17–8, 181–3, 185, 187, 188–9, 190– 4, 196, 198–9, 249–256, 259, 262–7, 272
Bakhtin 164, 168, 172
Bakker 24
Baku XIV, 79, 80, 82–98, 143, 154, 179, 80, 182, 185, 195, 254, 256, 261, 263– 4, 267, 270, 275, 278, 289
Baltic states 25
Bangkok 224
barrenness 119, 127–8
Baştuğ 97, 119, 126–9, 135
Battal 149–50
Bayriyeva 129, 137
Behar171
behavior 7, 10, 14, 26, 232, 236, 240, 243–4, 246, 280, 329
Bell 119, 122
Bem 11
benefits 8
Beneria 10, 13, 24
Bengal 165–6
Bennigsen 315
Berlin 273
Beyazıt 79, 102
Blood 108
Blumberg 4
Blumel 79
Bodrova 37
Bolshevik revolution XVI, 179, 180, 275, 243–4
Bossen 119
Bourdieu 118, 317, 319, 328
breadwinner XVII, 34, 39, 57–8, 62, 105– 9, 119, 192
bride 79, 81, 84, 90, 92, 119–123, 126–7, 129–139, 188, 235, 262, 300, 302
bride price 118–9, 1224, 127 32, 138, 188
brother 128, 130, 133, 136, 313, 322
bureaucracy 6
Buric 108
capitalism 3, 5, 8, 12, 17, 250–1, 255, 275
caregiver 34, 36
caretaker 63, 65, 322
Caucasus XI-XIII, 15, 25, 27, 32, 38–9, 41, 252, 264, 306, 315, 317–9, 320, 321, 323, 325–6, 328–9, 332, 335, 339– 41

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