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Neo-Traditional Salafi Qur'an-Sunnah Hermeneutic and the Construction of a Normative Muslimah Image

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The aim of this article is to outline and analyse the delineating features of the Neo-Traditional Salafi model of interpreting Qur'an and Sunnah indicants and the interpretational implications of this model in relation to constructing a "normative" concept of a Muslimah (model for a Muslim woman). The author argues that the NTS interpretational model is based on a range of epistemological and methodological assumptions pertaining to the conceptualisation and interpretation of the nature and the scope of the Qur'an and Sunnah.

Affiliations: 1: School of Social and Cultural Studies, University of Western Australia


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