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The Guelen Movement: A Sociological Analysis of a Civic Movement Rooted in Moderate Islam (英語) ペーパーバック – 2009/12/23

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Helen Rose Ebaugh, professor, University of Houston, received her Ph.D. in sociology from Columbia University in 1975 with specialties in organizational sociology and the sociology of religion. In addition to five research monographs and two edited books, she has published numerous articles in scholarly journals, including The American Sociological Review, Social Forces, The Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Sociological Analysis and The Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. She served as president of the national Association for the Sociology of Religion, helped organize and served as the first chair of the American Sociological Association’s Section on the Sociology of Religion and is past president of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. Ebaugh received two consecutive research grants from the Pew Charitable Trusts to study religion and the new immigrants in the United States. With a major grant from the Lilly Endowment, she studied inter-faith coalitions and their provision of social services. She routinely teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in the sociology of religion and the study of world religions.


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5つ星のうち HASH(0x84fb6084) An Inspiring Book 2009/12/31
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The book provides a detailed analysis on the motivation of millions of people who work for peace in the world.
You may want to read it because:
1-)it is a story of an inspiring man who was able to mobilize millions to work for the society without any expectation.
2-) it has a comprehensive anlaysis and many real life cases about the financial sources of the Gulen Movement.
3-)it has many references to academic sources that make the arguments presented reliable, yet it is written in such a way that makes it easy to read.
4-) you may want to spend more time for your local community after reading it.
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5つ星のうち HASH(0x84fb61d4) What we don't see on the media published in this book 2010/2/15
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We often see Muslims on the media as people affiliated with violence and terror. But is that the real picture of the Muslims all around the world. Absolutely not. Those few do the violence make to the media, those who do the good never do. Many thanks to the individuals like Professor Helen Ebaugh who is bringing those who do amazing good things to peoples' attentions. The Gulen movement is a must know for every individual living in the West and East. I'd strongly recommend everyone to read this great book. I greatly thank to the professor for writing about such a social phenomena so enlightening the west by informing about the good happening in your neck of the woods.
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5つ星のうち HASH(0x84fb6144) Very detailed and through study of Gulen movement 2010/2/18
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This is a very detailed analysis of Gulen movement. There are many statistics that I did not know. The part about financing of Gulen movement was very interesting. Some doctors were giving 40% of their income to Gulen movement. For example they gave 40000$ out of their 120000 dolar income.
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The value of this book comes from its source. It is a result of first-person interviews of a wide range of people from the movement. The author is someone knowledgeable enough to answer questions about the movement herself, as a result of intentional and focused interviews.
This is a unique book in this area because it is written by someone who happens to learn about the movement later in her life and she is from the western part of the world. She knew what questions to ask.
A must read who started to learn about the movement.
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5つ星のうち HASH(0x84fb64b0) A comparative sociological analysis about Fethullah Gulen and a civic movement rooted in moderate Islam 2014/7/3
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Professor Helen Rose Ebaugh presents a comparative sociological analysis about Fethullah Gulen and a civic movement rooted in moderate Islam that he inspired in Turkey and eventually throughout the world. Ebaugh covers many, many issues, including: Islam and the State throughout Turkish History, the secularism of Ataturk, the major ideas promoted by Fethullah Gulen, interfaith and intercultural dialog, raising money for Gulen-inspired projects, major concepts in Turkish culture related to giving, financing of Gulen-inspired projects, and patterns within Gulen-inspired institutions.

Turkey is a distinctive country in many ways and the author reveals this distinctiveness, mainly after the growth and visibility of moderate or nonviolent Muslim movements. Within these parameters, the significance of the Hizmet movement can be understood in the context of Turkish history. Ebaugh argues that the "Gulen movement is one strong example of moderate Islam in the contemporary world" (p. 2).

The author divides the book into seven chapters in a logical order. In the first chapter, Professor Ebaugh focuses on the recent media attention in the Hizmet movement by narrating how a number of widely and reputable journals' note of Mr. Gulen and his many service projects; such as schools, dormitories, and hospitals.

Professor Ebaugh opens the book with these questions: "What is the Gulen movement that now claims millions of followers worldwide and is attracting such financial resources that suspicions are being raised that some government must be behind the movement?" and "Is Mr. Gulen a Gandhi as some followers claim or a Khomeini as many critics fear?" In this book, she seeks to answer these questions. To understand the Hizmet Movement's success and growth both in Turkey and internationally, she uses Resource Mobilization Theory and Organizational Commitment Theory. She believes that these theories shed light on human and financial resources within Turkey.

Chapter 2 opens the concepts of ``the separation of Islam and the state'', "the secularism of Ataturk", "the multi-party system in Turkey" and the headscarf ban. She laid out Turkey's general history, starting from the Ottoman Empire to understanding both significance of the life of and teaching of Fethullah Gulen and the fears and accusations aimed at him... The author believes that this movement has been the most powerful and contentious issue in Turkish politics, both historically and currently. (p.22). She notes that Fethullah Gulen developed the ideas that the movement sprang from and that is now thriving globally, but draws criticism from those secularists who fear that he will eventually create an Islamist state in Turkey.

In Chapter 3, the author focuses on Fethullah Gulen's life story, his beliefs and the Gulen movement. Ebaugh also says that Said Nursi's writing is very influential in Mr. Gulen's education and forms the basis of his later teachings and writings. She also mentions that the Turkish public has been caught in the dilemma of wishing their children educated but fearing the highly politicized atmosphere. To address this dilemma, Ebaugh investigates how the Gulen movement's service and houses of light became a hope to remove the politicized environment.

In the fourth chapter, Professor Ebaugh presents a critical analysis of the structure of local circles. She demonstrates that the local circles of businessmen, professionals, and workers in Turkish cities that, having attracted large numbers of citizens, were typically organized according to location education, or type of job. Comparing to the male circle meet, she mainly details given reasons for the segregation of women, since women prefers to meet earlier in the day because of safety reasons and meeting their children after school. She particularly emphasizes the roles played by women in movement activities and the treatment of women within the the Gulen movement. The author thoroughly discusses and puts forth arguments about how men lead the events and only men serve as presidents of local groups(p. 50).

In Chapter 5, the author seeks for the motivations behind the movement's service commitment and financial support. She argues that cultural and religious practices related to philanthropy, self-sacrifice, and charity in Turkish history will help in analyzing how millions of Turkish people to give so compassionately to the Gulen movement's social activities. The author presented the concept in Turkish-Islamic culture, that of giving.

In Chapter 6, the author found no evidence of official ties between "Mr. Gulen and the board of directors of the bank, the bank officers, or clients of the bank" (p.85). She concludes that there are estimated to be over 1000 Gulen inspired schools in approximately 100 countries throughout the world, including Turkey. For the building, renovation or maintenance of schools she found that their support came not from the government but from a group of businessmen and local sponsors who see to the needs for each school in an area.

However, she fails to show how other social movements in Turkey differ from the Gulen movement and women's segregation in the movement's social activities was only briefly discussed. These issues need to be elaborated on.

Finally, in the last chapter, the author summarizes why the Gulen movement is spreading into a transnational movement, primarily due to commitment and resource mobilization within the local circles.

Overall, Dr. Ebaugh is very knowledgeable in her field, thanks to her theoretical background on the issues of Gulen-inspired social movement. Her intellectual and cultural experience is evident throughout the pages when dealing with why the Hizmet movement has captured the enthusiasm of millions of Turks within the country as well as in the countries they have migrated to. Her knowledge also makes the book professionally organized. She conveys everything in a specific order, providing a reasonable understanding for Western readers who come from a tradition of activist or protest movement. Undergraduate and graduate departments in sociology, political science, and education could also take advantage of such a book with its candid language regarding spectacular issues. This book also offers an outsiders' view of the movement. In this proposed text, the author strongly lessened her bias. Consequently, I strongly endorse it to be in the core list of the social organization/disorganization seminar.
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