[Reading] ➷ Chłopczyce z Kabulu. Za kulisami buntu obyczajowego w Afganistanie ➭ Jenny Nordberg – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

Chłopczyce z Kabulu. Za kulisami buntu obyczajowego w Afganistanie Pocz Tkowo Kandydatk Ojca Na Bacza Pusz By A Mehrangis, Ale Poniewa Jest Starsza I Pr Dzej Musia Aby Sta Si Kobiet , Postanowiono Inaczej Mehran Mog A By Synem D U Ej Tak Zaczyna Si Opowie O Ch Opczycy Z Kabulu , C Rce Afga Skiej Parlamentarzystki Zaskakuj Ca Przemiana C Rki W Syna Nie Jest Odosobnionym Zjawiskiem Dziewczynki Czasowo Udaj Ce Ch Opc W To Ukrywane, Ale Spo Ecznie Akceptowane Zjawisko W Kraju, Gdzie Brak M Skich Potomk W Stanowi Ha B Dla Rodzic W I Jest Wyra Nym Sygna Em Niewystarczaj Cego Zaanga Owania Kobiety Rodziny Obdarzone Wy Cznie C Rkami Pod Siln Presj Spo Eczn Decyduj Si Na Uznanie Jednej Z Nich Za Syna Z Nadziej Na Magiczn Moc Przebrania Dziewczynka Odgrywaj Ca Rol Syna, Ubierana I Wychowywana Jak Ch Opiec, Mo E W Pe Ni Cieszy Si Dzieci Stwem I Wolno Ci Tym Wi Kszym Dramatem Staje Si Chwila Osi Gni Cia Dojrza O Ci P Ciowej, Kt Ra Dla Bacza Pusz Oznacza Powr T Do Roli Kobiety, Zam P J Cie I Oddanie Wszystkich Przys Uguj Cych Ch Opcom Przywilej W.Jenny Nordberg Przedstawia Wsp Czesne Oblicze Starej Afga Skiej Tradycji, A Jednak Jej Opowie O Tym, Jak Przybranie M Skiej To Samo Ci Daje Kobiecie Wolno , Jest Uniwersalnym Tematem, Zrozumia Ym Na Ca Ym Wiecie.Ksi Ka Roku 2014 Wed Ug Publishers Weekly Oraz Portali Business Insider I TruthdigFinalista Nagrody Czytelnik W Portalu Goodreads W Kategorii Literatura Faktu


10 thoughts on “Chłopczyce z Kabulu. Za kulisami buntu obyczajowego w Afganistanie

  1. says:

    An amazing book club discussion book that had our group deep in discussion for 2 hours in which all the members contributed to one of the most passionate discussions our group has ever held.I kept thinking as we all sat around the table discussing Afghan culture and Western culture What if 12 Afghanistan ladies sat around a table discussing western culture what their thoughts would be on our lives and traditions.I had actually rated this book 3 stars until we had our discussion and upped the ra An amazing book club discussion book that had our group deep in discussion for 2 hours in which all the members contributed to one of the most passionate discussions our group has ever held.I kept thinking as we all sat around the table discussing Afghan culture and Western culture What if 12 Afghanistan ladies sat around a table discussing western culture what their thoughts would be on our lives and traditions.I had actually rated this book 3 stars until we had our discussion and upped the rating to 4 because I didn t realize until the...


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    I ve just read this i have to review it It s tremendously powerful and despite it s title covers a lot of Europe too, mainly Muslim countries but not entirely It s main message is Women are Unacceptable Women are the lowest of the low Women are such trash you can do anything to them you male want to And that the only way out of it is to be a Man, even an imitiation one Then providing you are willing to give up marriage and children, you can be free and you can do anything at all you wan I ve just read this i have to review it It s tremendously powerful and despite it s title covers a lot of Europe too, mainly Muslim countries but not entirely It s main message is Women are Unacceptable Women are the lowest of the low Women are such trash you can do anything to them you male want to And that the only way out of it is to be a Man, even an imitiation one Then providing you are willing to give up marriage and children, you can be free and you can do an...


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    The story is basically that of survival of a girl in Afghanistan seemingly one of the worst places to be born a woman Afghanistan is a country where the birth of a son is heralded as one of good luck and where the birth of a daughter is one of misfortune The daughter would not be a problem if there are sons but if it is only a family of girls it is not just the child that is unlucky, the mother is considered unfortunate and a disgrace and even the husband is pitied In this story, even very The story is basically that of survival of a girl in Afghanistan seemingly one of the worst places to be born a woman Afghanistan is a country where the birth of a son is heralded as one of good luck and where the birth of a daughter is one of misfortune The daughter would not be a problem if there are sons but if it is only a family of girls it is not just the child that is unlucky, the mother is considered unfortunate and a disgrace and even the husband is pitied In this story, even very educated women accept blindly the fact that sons are the protectors of the family, the guardians of the family honor and the person who will look after them in their old age So the son is important.In this backdrop we have the strange phenomenon of a girl of the family being designated as a boy to all intents and purposes from dress, mannerisms...


  4. says:

    We are who we must be In The Underground Girls of Kabul, Swedish journalist Jenny Nordberg reveals a hidden practice in Afghanistan of presenting young girls as boys for part, or all, of their childhood In an oppressive patriarchal society that demands sons at almost any cost, these girls are known as bacha poshI have met girls who have been boys because the family needed another income through a child who worked because the road to school was dangerous and a boy s disguise provided somWe are who we must be In The Underground Girls of Kabul, S...


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    A few years ago, I sat in a Swedish classroom with other foreigners all studying Swedish We came from a variety of backgrounds and were given an assignment to give a presentation in Swedish about a famous person from our home country One young woman, who often brought her small baby to class in those fantastic Swedish prams that have never become popular in the United States , began her...


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    Like many New York Times readers, I read Nordberg s first article on girls disguised as boys in Afghanistan and was fascinated It s a topic that deserved a book, and fortunately Nordberg went deeper and wrote one.This book relates many stories of girls disguised as boys, and women disguised as men Sometimes changing a girl to a boy is done to raise the family s social standing, as both fathers and mothers are looked down upon for not producing sons Sometimes it s done for practical reasons A Like many New York Times readers, I read Nordberg s first article on girls disguised as boys in Afghanistan and was fascinated It s a topic that deserved a book, and fortunately Nordberg went deeper and wrote one.This book relates many stories of girls disguised as boys, and women disguised as men Sometimes changing a girl to a ...


  7. says:

    The oppression of women is worse than I understood The beliefs described in this book are not easy to understand But the author suggests the same beliefs prevail in men and women While the book was important to understand different beliefs and ways to live, the author lost much of the a...


  8. says:

    I won this book from a Goodreads Giveaway What an amazing, revealing, educational piece of work Afghanistan s history, culture and traditions are explained in detail Yes, we know that women are their husbands property We know that there are neither rights nor freedoms for women in this middle eastern country This book goes FAR BEYOND what the average Westerner thinks or believes about Afghanistan The immediate focus of this book is the practice of bacha posh allowing daughters to live I won this book from a Goodreads Giveaway What an amazing, revealing, educational piece of work Afghanistan s history, culture and traditions are explained in detail Yes, we know that women are their husbands property We know that there are neither rights nor freedoms for women in this middle eastern country This book goes FAR BEYOND what the average Westerner thinks or believes about Afghanistan The immediate focus of this book is the practice of bacha posh allo...


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    Disclaimer ARC read via Netgalley ARC did not have pictures I requested this book because I read Nordberg s original piece for the New York Times In certain parts of the world, Afghanistan only being one, there is a strong emphasis put on the importance of sons A woman s only duty is to give birth to sons, or mostly sons Women in these cultures are usually seen as less important, less valuable However, there is a tradition, as Nordberg discovered, of taking a girl and transforming her int Disclaimer ARC read via Netgalley ARC did not have pictures I requested this book because I read Nordberg s original piece for the New York Times In certain parts of the world, Afghanistan only being one, there is a strong emphasis put on the importance of sons A woman s only duty is to give birth to sons, or mostly sons Women in these cultures are usually seen as less important, less valuable However, there is a tradition, as Nordberg discovered, of taking a girl and transforming her into a boy, at least, in some cases, until puberty or it is time for her to marry This type of girl is called a bacha posh Nordberg looks at this tradition in Kabul and in the process raises awareness about how we see gender and how aid neglects certain key or needy individuals she also somewhat tentatively discusses why such a tradition occurs It has to do with honor, but also money and protection By interviewing and relating the stories of several dif...


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    They dress like boys, act like boys and have the same rights as boys A bacha posh is a girl in Afghanistan that from an early age are brought up as a boy, and thereby changes her gender identity.The parents have many reasons for this There s pressure to have sons, to give their daughters another perspective and self confidence, and superstition if a girl is dressed like a boy, the next baby will be a son Regardless of the reason, these girls getliberty Until puberty.Azita, a politi They dress like boys, act like boys and have the same rights as boys A bacha posh is a girl in Afghanistan that from an early age are brought up as a boy, and thereby changes her gender i...


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